§5-14A-9. Interpreter fee; authority for legislative rules.
Notwithstanding the provisions of section seven, article five,
chapter fifty-seven with respect to fees, an interpreter appointed
under the provisions of this article shall be entitled to a
reasonable fee to be established by the West Virginia commission
for the deaf and hard-of-hearing under a fee schedule promulgated
by legislative rule pursuant to the provisions of chapter
twenty-nine-a of this code. When the interpreter is appointed by
a court, the fee shall be paid out of the local court fund and when
the interpreter is otherwise appointed, the fee shall be paid out
of funds available to the appointing authority.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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