PART VII. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF
[204 PA. CODE CH. 207]
Adjustment of Fines, Costs, Fees and Other Remittances
[36 Pa.B. 1491]
By Order of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania of October 14, 1988, Judicial Administration Docket No. 88, the Court Administrator has been delegated the authority under the Judicial Code, 42 Pa.C.S. § 3502(c)(3), to adjust, through regulation, the level of fines, costs, fees and other remittances as otherwise fixed by law so as to facilitate the transmission of remittances through or by a financial intermediary.
In accordance therewith, the following regulation is hereby promulgated for the Traffic Court of Philadelphia.
Filed in the Administrative Office of the Pennsylvania Courts on March 20, 2006.
ZYGMONT A. PINES,
Court Administrator of Pennsylvania
TITLE 204. JUDICIAL SYSTEM GENERAL PROVISIONS
PART VII. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF PENNSYLVANIA COURTS
CHAPTER 207. TRANSMITTING REMITTANCES
§ 207.2. Philadelphia Traffic Court--Adjustment of Fines, Costs, Fees and Other Remittances.
(a) Pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. § 3502(c)(3), the Court Administrator of Pennsylvania hereby adjusts the level of fines, costs, fees and other remittances in all cases under the Motor Vehicle Code (Title 75, Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes) and local ordinances prosecuted in the Philadelphia Traffic Court by increasing such costs, fees and remittances to the amount of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per citation or traffic violation report. Said amount shall be paid to a contracting financial intermediary and shall be added to the fines, costs, fees and other remittances at such time as the Philadelphia Traffic Court sends or causes to be served a written notice other than a summons to a defendant.
(b) This regulation shall become effective April 1, 2006, and shall apply to all citations and traffic violation reports filed with the Traffic Court prior to that date.
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 06-526. Filed for public inspection March 31, 2006, 9:00 a.m.]
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