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New York Consolidated Laws, Judiciary Law - JUD § 849-g. Reports

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Each resolution center funded pursuant to this article shall annually provide the chief administrator with statistical data regarding the operating budget, the number of referrals, categories or types of cases referred, number of parties serviced, number of disputes resolved, nature of resolution, amount and type of awards, rate of compliance, returnees to the resolution process, duration and estimated costs of hearings and such other information the chief administrator may require and the cost of hearings as the chief administrator requires.  The chief administrator shall thereafter report annually to the governor and the temporary president of the senate, speaker of the assembly, and chairpersons of the judiciary and children and families committees regarding the operation and success of the centers funded pursuant to this article.  The chief administrator shall include in such report all the information for each center that is required to be in the report from each center to the chief administrator.  Such annual report shall also evaluate and make recommendations regarding the operation and success of such center.

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