Rule 506. Cooperation with Administrative Office.
(a) Cooperation required. All system and related personnel shall comply with all standing and special requests or directives made by the Administrative Office for information and statistical data relative to the work of the system and of the offices related to and serving the system and relative to the expenditure of public monies for their maintenance and operation.
(b) Enforcement. The Court Administrator shall report any case of neglect or refusal to comply with requests or directives made under subdivision (a) of this rule to the Supreme Court at its first meeting following such neglect or refusal, giving full particulars, including the names of the personnel involved, the nature of the request or directive and the degree of neglect or refusal. The Chief Justice may require the attendance of the personnel involved at an appropriate hearing, held in accordance with the order of the Chief Justice. After opportunity for hearing, the Chief Justice may enter such order as may be appropriate to the circumstances of the case.
The provisions of this Rule 506 amended October 10, 1979, effective October 20, 1979, 9 Pa.B. 3509. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (21260).
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