2021 Tennessee Code
Title 16 - Courts
Chapter 15 - Courts of General Sessions
Part 4 - Powers and Duties
§ 16-15-403. Conservator of Peace — Oaths

Universal Citation: TN Code § 16-15-403 (2021)

Every general sessions court judge is a conservator of the peace in the county in which the judge serves, and has authority to administer oaths when required by law, unless the power is expressly entrusted to some other officer, and to exercise such other powers as are conferred upon the general sessions court judge by law.

Code 1858, § 343; Shan., § 432; Code 1932, § 679; impl. am. Acts 1979, ch. 68, §§ 2, 3; T.C.A. (orig. ed.), § 19-201.

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