COURTS - SUPERIOR - CLERKS - STATUTE GOVERNING FEES
COURTS ‑- SUPERIOR ‑- CLERKS ‑- STATUTE GOVERNING FEES The clerks of the superior courts, effective June 8, 1961, shall charge $2.00 for the approval of bonds in other than ordinary civil actions or probate proceedings in accordance with the provisions of § 1, chapter 304, Laws of 1961
COURTS - SUPERIOR - CLERKS - FEES - STATE DEPARTMENT OF LICENSES
COURTS ‑- SUPERIOR ‑- CLERKS ‑- FEES ‑- STATE DEPARTMENT OF LICENSES Clerks of the superior court may not charge a fee to the state department of licenses for performing the duty required by statute of submitting to the director of licenses certified abstracts of certain traffic convictions and certified records of any judgment for damages rendered with respect to certain traffic offenses.
FEES - CLERKS - GUARDIANSHIP - JUDGMENT FEES
FEES ‑- CLERKS ‑- GUARDIANSHIP ‑- JUDGMENT FEES The county clerk may charge a judgment fee for the entry of a judgment in a guardianship proceeding against the guardian and surety, such judgment running in favor of the ward and the newly appointed guardian.
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION - EXTRAHAZARDOUS EMPLOYMENT - CLERKS
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ‑- EXTRAHAZARDOUS EMPLOYMENT ‑- CLERKS Chapter 246, Laws of 1951, makes extrahazardous that work performed by persons primarily engaged in maintaining in repair or in condition fixed or established property or in rendering service in and about the care of fixed or established property, and does not in any way refer to clerks primarily employed to render services to others.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS - COUNTY - CLERKS - PUBLIC DEPOSITS - COUNTY CLERKS' TRUST FUNDS - QUALIFIED PUBLIC DEPOSITARY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY ‑- CLERKS ‑- PUBLIC DEPOSITS ‑- COUNTY CLERKS' TRUST FUNDS ‑- QUALIFIED PUBLIC DEPOSITARY Funds held in trust for litigants by a county clerk under RCW 36.48.080, when deposited with a "qualified public depositary" under chapter 193, Laws of 1969, Ex. Sess., are encompassed within the definition of "public deposits" is § 1 (1) of this 1969 act, as recently amended by § 8, chapter 126, Laws of 1973.