General Laws of Massachusetts - Chapter 29A Financing of the Judicial System.
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- Massachusetts General Laws - Costs of judicial branch to be paid by commonwealth - Chapter 29A, Section 1
All costs of maintenance and operation of the judicial branch shall be paid by the commonwealth. The operation of a registry of deeds and office...
- Massachusetts General Laws - County supplies and equipment declared property of commonwealth - Chapter 29A, Section 2
All books, papers, equipment, furnishings, uniforms, supplies, records and documents purchased by the counties and in the custody of or maintained primarily for the use...
- Massachusetts General Laws - Fees, fines, etc., paid into general fund; exceptions - Chapter 29A, Section 3
All fees, fines, forfeitures, penalties and any other receipts or income of any kind paid to or received by any of the courts, clerks, registers,...
- Massachusetts General Laws - Electronic access to docket, calendar and other court information; fee-based system - Chapter 29A, Section 3A
Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary in section three or any other general or special law, the trial court and the appeals court are hereby...
- Massachusetts General Laws - Rental of quarters and space; rental of court facilities - Chapter 29A, Section 4
The judicial branch may lease buildings and land owned by a county, city, or town to provide suitable quarters and space for court facilities and...
- Massachusetts General Laws - Acquisition of buildings occupied by judicial branch - Chapter 29A, Section 5
If all or substantially all of any building owned by a county, city or town is occupied by the judicial branch, then the chief justice...
- Massachusetts General Laws - Court facilities council - Chapter 29A, Section 6
There is hereby established a court facilities council. The membership of the council shall consist of the following persons: the chief administrative justice for the...
Last modified: March 17, 2010