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 Chapter 476 Courts — General Provisions 
476.450   Judges may become special commissioners, when — salary or retirement ... (8/28/1997)
476.451   Definitions. (1/2/1979)
476.452   Beneficiaries of special commissioners, benefits, how paid. (8/28/1988)
476.453   Judges of six years' service prior to law, eligible. (8/28/1959)
476.455   All judges under nonpartisan plan eligible for retirement. (8/28/1953)
476.456   Probate or magistrate judges may become special commissioners, when — ... (8/28/1969)
476.458   Probate and magistrate judges shall retire, age, exception — may petition ... (8/28/1976)
476.460   Special commissioner subject to temporary duty. (8/28/1951)
476.470   Judge not eligible for retirement, when. (8/28/1951)
476.480   Judges convicted, impeached or removed from office ineligible — intentional ... (8/28/1997)
476.490   Expenses of special commissioner. (8/28/1951)
476.500   Acceptance by judge — procedure. (8/28/1951)
476.510   Practice of law permitted, when, requirements, exceptions. (5/12/1981)

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