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Title VI COUNTY, TOWNSHIP AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISION GOVERNMENT

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  58.206.  Special deputy coroner or special deputy medical examiner may be appointed, when — record-keeping requirements. — 1.  The coroner or medical examiner of any county or any city not within a county may, for a period not to exceed thirty days, appoint a special deputy coroner or special deputy medical examiner in the event of any natural disaster, mass casualty, or other emergency situation.  Such special deputy coroners or medical examiners shall be the coroner or medical examiner or deputy coroner or medical examiner of any other county in the state who is willing to serve under this section.  Any special deputy coroner or medical examiner appointed under this section shall be directly supervised by the coroner or medical examiner making the appointment, and shall not receive any compensation for services rendered, but shall be reimbursed for all actual and necessary expenses incurred in the performance of official duties under this section.  Such expenses shall be paid upon the receipt of an itemized record of such expenses approved by the coroner or medical examiner making the appointment.

  2.  The coroner or medical examiner making the appointment shall keep accurate records of all persons appointed under this section, and such records shall include the full name, address, date of birth, date of appointment, and date released from the appointment of the special deputy coroner or medical examiner appointed under this section.  The coroner or medical examiner making an appointment under this section shall file such records with the county clerk in such coroner's or medical examiner's county.

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(L. 2006 H.B. 1222 § 58.217)


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