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  550.180.  Clerk liable for neglect, when. — If any clerk shall fail to tax the costs and make out a proper fee bill, or shall willfully neglect to perform any duty required of him in sections 550.140 and 550.190, he shall be liable to the person injured by such neglect in treble the amount of costs to which the party is entitled in the cause, and the court shall give judgment therefor against the clerk, on motion of the party entitled thereto; provided, that the party asking such judgment shall give two days' notice of such motion, which may be served on the clerk or his deputy.


(RSMo 1939 § 4238)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3843; 1919 § 4186; 1909 § 5394

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