2010 Georgia Code
TITLE 15 - COURTS
CHAPTER 6 - SUPERIOR COURTS
ARTICLE 2 - CLERKS OF SUPERIOR COURTS
§ 15-6-58 - Oath of office

O.C.G.A. 15-6-58 (2010)
15-6-58. Oath of office


(a) The clerks of the superior courts, before entering upon the discharge of their duties, whether appointed, elected, or acting by operation of law besides the oath required of all civil officers, must take and subscribe to the following oath:
"I do swear that I will truly and faithfully enter and record all the orders, decrees, judgments, and other proceedings of the Superior Court of the County of , and all other matters and things which by law ought by me to be recorded; and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties required of me, to the best of my understanding. So help me God."

(b) When the oath is taken by the judges of the probate courts or their deputies acting in a certain contingency as clerks of the superior court, they may take it before any person authorized to administer an oath and may enter it on the minutes of the superior court.
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