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Article 19 - County Clerk - Charter


Section 1901. Election.
  1902. Powers and Duties.

Section 1901. Election. There shall be a county clerk who shall be elected from the county at large. His or her term of office shall begin with the first day of January next following his or her election, and shall be for four years except as otherwise provided in this charter. At the time of his or her election and throughout his or her term of office he or she shall be a qualified elector of the county. He or she shall devote his or her whole time to the duties of his or her office and shall hold no other public office.

Section 1902. Powers and duties. Except wherein consistent with this charter, the county clerk shall have and exercise all powers and duties now or hereafter conferred or imposed upon him by any applicable law. He or she shall perform such additional and related duties as may be prescribed by local law.

Article 19 was formerly numbered Article 20, which was formerly numbered Article XIII.