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SECTION 251-A
Confidential clerks to justices of supreme court not to be appointed referees, receivers or commissioners
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 8
§ 251-a. Confidential clerks to justices of supreme court not to be
appointed referees, receivers or commissioners. No person holding the
office of confidential clerk or law secretary to a justice of the
supreme court shall hereafter be appointed by any court or judge in any
action or proceeding instituted in the supreme court, a referee,
receiver or commissioner, except that in uncontested matrimonial
actions, a confidential clerk or law secretary who is an attorney in
good standing admitted to practice in the state may be appointed by an
administrative judge to serve without fee as a referee for the purpose
of hearing and reporting to the court.