Title 50, Chapter 18, Section 29
(a) The publisher, with the approval of the reporter, may choose the
most efficient and advantageous method of producing the reports so
long as the style and quality of the reports are not compromised by
any change in the method of printing and binding the reports.
(b) Should the work of printing and binding the reports or any part
of them be done improperly, it shall be the duty of the reporter to
advise the publisher by written notice of the deficiencies in the
reports. The publisher shall have 60 days to make the necessary
corrections. In the event the publisher fails to cure the
deficiencies, the reporter may declare the contract breached and
ended and assess the publisher for any damages the state may realize
for the breach. The bond given by the publisher shall be liable for
any sum assessed.
(c) The reporter may seek, and must seek if requested in writing by
the publisher, advice regarding the quality of the reports, such
advice to be obtained from a panel composed of the Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court, the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, an
appointee of the Governor who is not the Attorney General, the
executive counsel, and the legislative counsel. The publisher and
the reporter shall be allowed to appear before the panel and present
any material relevant to the quality of the reports. The decision of
the panel is final.