The Chief Court Administrator shall make such orders and rules as he deems necessary to provide for the appointment of magistrates to hear and decide cases pursuant to the provisions of sections 51-193t and 51-193u. Any commissioner of the Superior Court, admitted to practice in this state for at least five years, who is able and willing to hear such cases designated in accordance with sections 51-193t and 51-193u may be appointed as a magistrate. Any probate judge who is a commissioner of the Superior Court admitted to practice in this state for at least five years may submit his name to the Probate Court Administrator, who shall submit a list of such names to the Office of the Chief Court Administrator for approval to be placed on a list of available magistrates for one or more judicial districts.
Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes 51-193l
- Probate: Proving a will