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Actions in which no fees to be charged; employees
Uniform City Court Act (UCT) CHAPTER 497, ARTICLE 19
§ 1912. Actions in which no fees to be charged; employees.

Employee's action. When the action is brought by an employee against
an employer for services performed by such employee, the clerk shall not
demand or receive any fees whatsoever from the plaintiff or his
attorney, if the plaintiff shall present proof by his own affidavit that
his demand does not exceed three hundred dollars exclusive of interest
and costs; that he is a resident of or an employee in the county; that
he has a good and meritorious cause of action against the defendant and
the nature thereof; and that he has made either a written or a personal
demand upon the defendant or his agent for payment thereof and payment
was refused; provided that if the plaintiff shall demand a trial by
jury, he must pay to the clerk the fees therefor.