SB 1962: Court Funding
GENERAL BILL by Budget
Court Funding; Requiring that the Department of Revenue transfer certain collected court-related revenue to the Core Court System Clearing Trust Fund; requiring the Clerk of the Supreme Court to collect a fee upon the filing of certain notices, including a notice to invoke discretionary jurisdiction; repealing provisions relating to the transfer of trust funds in excess of the amount needed for clerk budgets; requiring that the clerk of each district court of appeal remit to the Department of Revenue all fees collected in the State Treasury to the credit of the State Courts Revenue Trust Fund rather than the General Revenue Fund; requiring that fees charged to applicants for certification and renewal of certification as mediators and arbitrators be remitted to the Department of Revenue for deposit into the State Courts Revenue Trust Fund, etc.
Last Action: 3/9/2012 Senate - Died on Calendar, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 5001 (Ch. 2012-118)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
Date Chamber Action 2/16/2012 Senate • SPB 7066 submitted as a committee bill (SB 1962) by Budget
• Placed on Calendar, on 2nd reading -SJ 525
2/21/2012 Senate • Introduced -SJ 525
3/9/2012 Senate • Died on Calendar, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 5001 (Ch. 2012-118)
SB 1962, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 2/16/2012 at 8:02 AM
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF Analyses: Budget (Post-Meeting) 2/16/2012 (pdf)
Related Bills (3)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location Track Bills S 1970 Core Court System Clearing Trust Fund/Chief Financial Officer Budget Linked Last Action: 3/9/2012 S Died on Calendar, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 5001 (Ch. 2012-118)
Location: On 2nd Reading Calendar
H 5001 (er) Appropriations Appropriations Committee Compare Last Action: 5/9/2013 H Veto Message transmitted to Secretary of State
Location: Became Law
S 2000 (e1) Appropriations Budget Compare Last Action: 2/23/2012 S Laid on Table, companion bill(s) passed, see HB 5001 (Ch. 2012-118), CS/HB 843 (Ch. 2012-130), HB 5003 (Ch. 2012-119), HB 5005 (Ch. 2012-146), HB 5007 (Ch. 2012-132), HB 5101 (Ch. 2012-133), HB 5201 (Ch. 2012-134), CS/HB 5203 (Ch. 2012-135), HB 5301 (Ch. 2012-33), HB 5303 (Ch. 2012-136), HB 5401 (Ch. 2012-137), HB 5403 (Ch. 2012-138), HB 5501 (Ch. 2012-139), HB 5503 (Ch. 2012-140), HB 5507 (Ch. 2012-141), CS/HB 5509 (Ch. 2012-142), HB 5511 (Ch. 2012-143), HB 5601 (Ch. 2012-144), HB 5701 (Ch. 2012-145), SB 1958 (Ch. 2012-122), SB 1960 (Ch. 2012-123), SB 1964 (Ch. 2012-124), SB 1968 (Ch. 2012-125), SB 1986 (Ch. 2012-126), SB 1994 (Ch. 2012-129), SB 1996 (Ch. 2012-127), SB 1998 (Ch. 2012-128) -SJ 571
Location: Laid on Table
Citations - Statutes (5)
Citation Catchline Location in Bill Location In Bill Help 25.241 Clerk of Supreme Court; compensation; assistants; filing fees, etc. Page 6 (pdf) 28.2455 Transfer of trust funds in excess of amount needed for clerk budgets. Page 7 (pdf) 29.31 Page 3 (pdf) 35.22 Clerk of district court; appointment; compensation; assistants; filing fees; teleconferencing. Page 7 (pdf) 44.106 Standards and procedures for mediators and arbitrators; fees. Page 8 (pdf)
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