PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
TENURE AND OATH OF OFFICE IN CERTAIN CASES
92:5 Who May Administer.
Official oaths may be administered as follows: To the clerk of any court, by any 2 justices thereof, or by any 2 justices of the peace; to all military officers above the rank of field officers, and to all other officers appointed by the governor and council, by any 2 members of the council, or by any member of the council with a justice of the peace, or by any 2 justices of the peace or by any justice of the peace with any notary public, or by any 2 notaries public; to all other officers, by any justice of the peace within his or her county; to town officers in town meeting, by the moderator, or at any time by the town clerk, one of the selectmen, or a justice of the peace; to officers of school districts, in school meeting, by the moderator, or at any time by the clerk, one of the school board of the district, or a justice of the peace; and to the moderator of the district, by any legal voter of the district.
Source. RS 15:7; 35:1. 1848, 624:1. 1850, 981:1. CS 15:7; 74:9, 10. GS 17:7. GL 18:7. PS 19:7. PL 18:7. RL 26:7. 2007, 331:2, eff. July 16, 2007. 2018, 23:1, eff. July 14, 2018.