2019 Code of Alabama
Title 36 - Public Officers and Employees.
Chapter 2 - Eligibility for Office, Residence; Commissions.
Section 36-2-6 - Officers required to obtain commissions.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 36-2-6 (2019)
Section 36-2-6Officers required to obtain commissions.

The judges of the several courts, the Attorney General, district attorneys, the Secretary of State, the Auditor, the Treasurer, the Commissioner of Agriculture and Industries, the Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources, the Public Service Commissioners, the Director of the Department of Revenue, the Director of the Department of Finance, the Commissioner of Corrections, the Director of Industrial Relations, the Director of the State Department of Human Resources, the Clerk of the Supreme Court, the clerks of the circuit courts, the sheriffs, the tax assessors, the tax collectors, the county treasurers, the county commissioners, the constables and all other officers when specifically required by other provisions of law, before entering upon and exercising the duties of their respective offices, must obtain a commission.

(Code 1852, §109; Code 1867, §148; Code 1876, §153; Code 1886, §245; Code 1896, §3058; Code 1907, §1469; Code 1923, §2579; Code 1940, T. 41, §10; Acts 1963, No. 194, p. 584, §1.)
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