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PUBLIC LAW 91-358-JULY 29, 1970
"(2) all proceedings brought by the District of Columbia for the imposition of criminal penalties pursuant to the provisions of the statutes relating to taxes levied by or in behalf of the District of Columbia.
- § 11-1202. Abolition of other remedies
"Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the jurisdiction of the Tax Division of the Superior Court to review the validity and amount of all assessments of tax made by the District of Columbia is exclusive. Effective on and after the effective date of the District of C^olumbia Court Reorganization Act of 1970, any common-law remedy with respect to assessments of tax in the District of Columbia and any equitable action to enjoin such assessments available in a court other than the former District of Columbia Tax Court is abolished. Actions properly filed before the effective date of that Act are not aft'ected by this section and the court in which any such action has been filed may retain jurisdiction until its disposition. "§ 11-1203. Rules and regulations "The Superior Court may make such rules and regulations for conducting business in the Tax Division, consistent with the statutes applicable to such business and with the Superior Court's general rules of practice and procedure, as it may deem necessary and proper. Rules and regulations for the Tax Division shall, insofar as possible, assure the prompt disposition of matters before the Tax Division to the end that the taxing statutes of the District of Columbia shall be fairly and efficiently enforced. "Chapter 13.—SMALL CLAIMS A N D CONCILIATION BRANCH OF THE SUPERIOR COURT "SUBCHAPTER I. — C O N T I N U A T I O N AND SESSIONS "Sec.
•'11-1301. Continuation of Branch. "11-1302. Sessions. "SUBCHAPTER II.
JURISDICTION AND PROCEDtJRES
•"11-1321. Exclusive jurisdiction of small claims. •'11-1322. Arbitration and conciliation. "11-1323. Certification of cases by Superior Court j u d g e s; recertification; certification by Branch.
" SUBCHAPTER I.—CONTINUATION A N D S E S S I O N S "§ 11-1301. Continuation of Branch "The Small Claims and (Conciliation Branch shall continue as a branch of the Civil Division in the Superior Court. "§ 11-1302. Sessions "The Small Claims and Conciliation Branch, with a judge in attendance, shall be open for the transaction of business on every day of the year except S a t u r d a y afternoons, Sundays, and legal holidays, and shall hold at least one evening session during each week, "Sin^C^HAPTER II.—JITRISDK^TION AND PROC^EDURES § 11-1321. Exclusive jurisdiction of small claims "The Small Claims and Conciliation Branch has exclusive jurisdiction of any action within the jurisdiction of the Superior Court which is only for the recovery of money, if the amount in controversy does not exceed $750, exclusive of interest, attorney fees, protest fees, and costs. An action which affects an interest in real property may not