Currrent as of February 4, 2022
Government Code § 6103
Exceptions for public agencies and officers
(a) Neither the state nor any county, city, district, or other political subdivision, nor any public officer or body, acting in his or her official capacity on behalf of the state, or any county, city, district, or other political subdivision, shall pay or deposit any fee for the filing of any document or paper, for the performance of any official service, or for the filing of any stipulation or agreement that may constitute an appearance in any court by any other party to the stipulation or agreement. This section does not apply to civil jury fees or civil jury deposits. This section does not apply to the State Compensation Insurance Fund or where a public officer is acting with reference to private assets or obligations that have come under that officer’s jurisdiction by virtue of his or her office, or where it is specifically provided otherwise. No fee shall be charged for the filing of a confession of judgment in favor of any of the public agencies named in this section.
(b) No fee shall be charged any of the public agencies named in this section to defray the costs of reporting services by court reporters. Such fees shall be recoverable as costs as provided in Section 6103.5.
(c) This section shall apply to probate referees, as described in Part 12 (commencing with Section 400) of Division 2 of the Probate Code.
Enacted Stats 1943 ch 134. Amended Stats 1943 ch 319 § 2; Stats 1945 ch 1152 § 1; Stats 1951 ch 174 § 1; Stats 1953 ch 1734 § 1; Stats 1970 ch 907 § 1; Stats 1978 ch 142 § 1; Stats 2008 ch 218 § 2 (AB 1949), effective January 1, 2009; Stats 2014 ch 913 § 19 (AB 2747), effective January 1, 2015.
Government Code 6103