42.0423 Duty of district court regarding payments due or from initiating state.
(a) The district court, when acting as a responding state, shall have the following duties which may be carried out through the clerk of the district court:
(1) upon the receipt of a payment made by a defendant pursuant to any order of the district court or otherwise, to transmit the same forth-with to the court of the initiating state; and
(2) upon request, to furnish to the court of the initiating state a certified statement of all payments made by a defendant.
(b) The district court, when acting as an initiating state, shall have the duty which may be carried out through the clerk of the district court to receive and disburse forthwith all payments made by a defendant or transmitted by the court of the responding state.History: 1965, PL 9-20; and 1979, PL 16-53 § 32.
Amendments: 1979 Substituted references to district court for references to High Court.
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