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SCR 3.450 Recovery of Costs

Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes AnnotatedRules of the Supreme Court

Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes Annotated
Rules of the Supreme Court
III Practice of Law (Refs & Annos)
Rules of the Supreme Court (SCR), Rule 3.450
SCR 3.450 Recovery of Costs
(1) In any case to be submitted to the Court, the Disciplinary Clerk shall file with the Court the entire record of the proceedings together with a certified bill of the costs incurred in connection with the investigation and prosecution of the matter.
(2) Every final order of the Court which adjudges the Respondent guilty of unprofessional conduct shall provide for the recovery of costs, which shall include the costs and expenses that a prevailing party in a civil action may recover pursuant to CR 54.04, and such other costs, including postage, certified mailing fees, service of process fees, and videographer charges, as may be ordered by the Supreme Court. Immediately upon the effective date of the order, the Clerk shall furnish a bill for said costs to the Respondent. If the bill is not satisfied within 10 days thereafter, upon which date the order is final, the Clerk shall notify the Director of the Association. The award set forth in the order and any costs shall bear interest at the judgment rate set forth in KRS 360.040.
(3) An order of the Court assessing costs as referenced above shall be enforceable in the same manner and by the same means as any civil judgment.

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HISTORY: Amended by Order 2013-12, eff. 1-1-14; prior amendments eff. 3-1-12 (Order 2012-01), 10-1-98 (Order 98-1), 4-1-82 (Order 82-1), 1-1-78, 7-2-71
Note: Former Rules of Appellate Procedure (RAP) were amended and redesignated as Rules of the Supreme Court (SCR) by Order of the Supreme Court effective January 1, 1978. Prior Rules of the Court of Appeals (RCA) had been redesignated as Rules of Appellate Procedure effective March 12, 1976.
Sup. Ct. Rules, Rule 3.450, KY ST S CT Rule 3.450
Current with amendments received through May 1, 2020.
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