Court Library Law and Legal Definition

Court library means a library attached to a particular court. Each court has got its own library. A Court library is used by, appropriate personnel’s of the Court, members of the Bar of the Court to which the library belongs. It is also used by the attorneys for the U.S, attorneys for federal department and agencies and by the members and legal staff of the Congress. The librarian of a court has got the authority to make regulations regarding the library hours. The regulations passed by the librarian must get the approval of the chief justice or the court. Only a justice or a member of the justice’s staff can take a library book out of the library.