Rule 3112. Office of the Prothonotary.
There shall be an office of the prothonotary of each appellate court, which shall be known as the Office of the Prothonotary of (the respective) Court of Pennsylvania, which shall be the office of the prothonotary of the court, and which shall be maintained at such place or places as may be specified by rule of court. It shall be supervised by the prothonotary of the court who shall, either personally, by deputy, by other duly authorized personnel of the system, or by duly authorized agent, exercise the power and perform the duties by law vested in and imposed upon the prothonotary or the office of the prothonotary of the court.
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