Rule Xi. Expense Fee

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A fee, as established from time to time by the Court must accompany initial and subsequent applications to take the bar examination as well as applications for admission on motion as set forth in Rule XVI of these rules. Remittances for such fees shall be made by Post-Office Money Order or Cashier's Check payable to the Clerk of the Supreme Court. Fees thus provided shall be used by the Board to defray the expenses of examination, and necessary expenses of the Board Members while attending meetings. The members of the Board shall be entitled to receive per diem, and reasonable reimbursement for expenses of meals, lodging, and transportation as may be set from time to time by the Court. Fees shall also be used to assist the Board and the Executive Secretary in carrying out their duties under these rules.

(Per Curiam April 21, 1969; amended by Per Curiam October 25, 1976; amended by Per Curiam April 23, 1979, effective July 1, 1979; amended by Per Curiam June 30, 1980, effective September 1, 1980; amended by Per Curiam May 18, 1992; amended by Per Curiam June 17, 2004.)

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