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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 01-585



Local Rule 1302(e). Compulsory Arbitration: Arbitrators; Civil Division No. 581 of 2001

[31 Pa.B. 1855]


   And Now, this 15th day of March, 2001, pursuant to Rule 239 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure, it is hereby ordered that the above-stated Local Rule be amended as set forth as follows.

   The Prothonotary is directed as follows:

   (1)  Seven certified copies of the Local Rule shall be filed with the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts.

   (2)  Two certified copies of the Local Rule shall be distributed to the Legislative Reference Bureau for publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

   (3)  One certified copy of the Local Rule shall be sent to the State Civil Procedural Rules Committee.

   (4)  One certified copy shall be sent to the Fayette County Law Library.

   (5)  One certified copy shall be sent to the Editor of the Fayette Legal Journal.

   This Local Rule shall be continuously available for public inspection and copying in the Office of the Prothonotary. Upon request and payment of reasonable costs of reproduction and mailing, the Prothonotary shall furnish to any person a copy of any local rule.

   This Local Rule shall be effective 30 days after the date of publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

By the Court

President Judge

Rule 1302.  Compulsory Arbitration: Arbitrators.

   e)  Each arbitrator shall be paid the sum of Two Hundred ($200.00) Dollars a day for every morning and afternoon session attended or One Hundred ($100.00) for each morning or afternoon session attended. In cases requiring lengthy hearings or involving unusual questions of law or fact, the Court may, on petition of the arbitrators, increase their fees to an amount that will reasonably compensate them for necessary services performed.

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 01-585. Filed for public inspection April 6, 2001, 9:00 a.m.]

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