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New York Consolidated Laws, Judiciary Law - JUD § 852. Compensation

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1. For the performance of an assignment hereunder, each judicial hearing officer shall receive his actual and necessary expenses thereby incurred plus compensation in an amount to be established by the chief administrator of the courts.  Such expenses and compensation shall be state charges payable out of funds appropriated to the administrative office for the courts for such purpose.  A judicial hearing officer shall receive no other compensation for the performance of services in such capacity.

2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, where a person is a “retired person”, as such term is defined in article seven of the retirement and social security law, service as a judicial hearing officer shall be subject to the provisions of that article.

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