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Chapter 59

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  59.257.  Deputy recorders — appointment — qualifications — certain counties. — The recorder of deeds in counties wherein there is a separate circuit clerk and recorder is entitled to appoint the deputies that the recorder of deeds, with the approval of the county commission, deems necessary for the prompt and proper discharge of the duties of his office.  The deputies shall possess the same qualifications as the recorder and may, in the name of their principal, perform the duties of the recorder of deeds, but all recorders of deeds and their sureties are responsible for the official conduct of their deputies.  The deputies appointed pursuant to this section shall receive the salaries that are fixed by the recorder of deeds, with the approval of the county commission, from the general revenue of the county.  The appointment of every deputy shall be in writing, endorsed with an oath of office similar to that taken by the recorder of deeds and subscribed to by the deputy appointed, and filed by the recorder with the county commission.


(L. 1969 H.B. 119, A.L. 2001 S.B. 288)

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