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|Connecticut||Conn. Gen. Stat. § 4-32||State revenue accounting.||
Each state department, institution, board, commission or other state agency and each official and employee thereof, including the clerks of the Superior Court, receiving any money or revenue for the+ See more
state, shall, within twenty-four hours of its receipt, account for and, if the total of the sums received amounts to five hundred dollars or more, pay the same to the Treasurer or deposit the same in the name of the state in depositories designated by the Treasurer under such regulations as the Treasurer prescribes. Total daily receipts of less than five hundred dollars may be held until the total receipts to date amount to five hundred dollars, but not for a period of more than seven calendar days. The Treasurer is authorized to make exceptions to the limitations herein prescribed upon written application from the head of any state department, institution, board, commission or other state agency stating that compliance would be impracticable and giving the reasons therefor. The Treasurer shall make a written statement of any such exception and shall file copies thereof with the Comptroller and the Auditors of Public Accounts.
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|Connecticut||Conn. Gen. Stat. § 51-56a(a)||Accounting for receipts by court clerks.||
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(a) Each clerk of the Supreme Court and Superior Court shall account for and pay or deposit all fees, fines, forfeitures and contributions made to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund
and the proceeds of judgments of such clerk's office in the manner provided by section 4-32. If any such clerk fails to so account and pay or deposit, such failure shall be reported by the Treasurer to the Chief Court Administrator who may thereupon remove the clerk. When any such clerk dies before so accounting and paying or depositing, the Treasurer shall require the executor of such clerk's will or administrator of such clerk's estate to so account. If any such clerk is removed from office, the Treasurer shall require such clerk to account for any money of the state remaining in such clerk's hands at the time of such removal and, if such clerk neglects to so account, the Treasurer shall certify the neglect to the Chief Court Administrator.
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