New York Consolidated Laws, Uniform Justice Court Act - UJC § 1911. Fees
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(a) Fees payable to the clerk. 1. There shall be paid to the clerk the following sums as court fees in civil matters:
a. Upon the filing of the first paper in any action or proceeding, twenty dollars.
b. For issuing a requisition of seizure, twenty dollars.
c. Upon filing an infant's compromise, where no paper was previously filed, twenty dollars.
d. For entry of judgment upon confession, twenty dollars.
e. On filing notice of appeal, five dollars.
f. For issuing a satisfaction of judgment, or a certificate regarding the judgment, two dollars.
g. Upon demand for a trial by jury, ten dollars; to be paid by the party demanding the jury at the time of the demand.
h. For exemplification of a copy of a paper on file in the clerk's office not exceeding three pages, four dollars, and for each page in excess of three, one dollar.
i. For certifying a copy of a paper on file in the clerk's office, except a return on appeal, where such paper does not exceed three pages, two dollars, and for each page in excess of three, one dollar.
j. For issuing a notice of petition, or an order to show cause in lieu thereof, in a summary proceeding to recover possession of real property, twenty dollars.
2. All fees shall be prepaid before the service shall be performed.
3. a. No clerk of any town court shall collect or charge any fee imposed pursuant to paragraph one of this subdivision from the town in which such court has jurisdiction, nor from any village located therein or from any officer or agency of such town or village.
b. No clerk of any village court shall collect or charge any fee imposed pursuant to paragraph one of this subdivision from the village in which such court has jurisdiction, or from any officer or agency of such village.
(b) Fees of enforcement officer. There shall be paid to the enforcement officer by the party requiring his services, the same fees to which a sheriff would be entitled for like services in supreme court.
(c) Stenographer's fees. A stenographer provided by the municipality shall be entitled to such fees as the municipality prescribes, not to exceed those prescribed by the CPLR.
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