Indiana Code - Civil Law and Procedure - Title 34, Section 34-35-6-1
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Duties of circuit court clerk
Sec. 1. (a) In all cases where a change of venue is taken from one
(1) county to another, the clerk of the circuit court or superior court
of the county in which final disposition is made of the cause, shall,
within sixty (60) days after the costs are paid, transmit by check to
the clerk of the circuit court or superior court of the county in which
the costs were accrued.
(b) The check described in subsection (a) must be for an amount
equal to all costs which have been included in the transcript.
(c) The clerk receiving the check shall mail a receipt for the
amount of the check to the clerk that sent the check. The clerk that
receives the receipt shall file the receipt in the clerk's office to be a
part of the permanent records of the office.
(d) The clerk who collects the costs shall set out upon the register
of fees and also upon the fee book where the costs are taxed a
marginal note stating the date, amount, number of check, and the
clerk to whom the fees and costs were transmitted.
As added by P.L.1-1998, SEC.31.
Last modified: May 25, 2006