Connecticut Laws - Title 14 Motor Vehicles. Use Of The Highway By Vehicles. Gasoline
CHAPTER 246* MOTOR VEHICLES
Sec. 14-142. Proceedings against negligent court clerk.

Sec. 14-142. Proceedings against negligent court clerk. (1624)(1-click HTML)

(a) Any clerk of any court who fails to deliver to the commissioner any abstract of any cause within his court, on application of the commissioner to the superior court for the judicial district wherein such clerk resides, or to any judge of the Superior Court when the same is not then sitting in such judicial district, showing such failure, may be required by such court or such judge to deliver the same within such time as is designated by such court or judge. On receipt of such application, the court or judge shall designate a time and place of hearing thereon and shall cite such clerk to appear at such time and place to show cause why he has failed to deliver such abstract to the commissioner. (1625)

(b) Upon finding the allegations of such application to be true, such superior court or judge may issue an order in the nature of a peremptory mandamus requiring such clerk to comply with the provisions of the statutes in relation thereto, which provisions shall be particularly mentioned in such order, and shall render judgment against such clerk with costs as in mandamus proceedings. Any clerk who fails to comply with any order issued by the authority of the provisions of this section shall be in contempt and the court or judge issuing the same may punish therefor as in mandamus proceedings. Any person claiming to be aggrieved by any order issued on such application shall have the same right to review by the Supreme Court as in the case of mandamus proceedings. (1626)

  

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