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The Public Officers Act

R.S.M. 1987, c. P230

The Public Officers Act

Table of Contents

1 Definition of "revenue officer".
DEMISE OF THE CROWN
2 New appointment to office not required.
(2) Office holder not affected.
3 New oath not required.
APPOINTMENT OF OFFICERS GENERALLY
4 General power of appointment where there is an omission or neglect.
5 Senators and M.P.'s not to hold salaried offices.
OATHS
6 Public officer, et al, to take oath of office.
7 Oath in writing and duplicate.
8 Oath not to dispense with oath of allegiance.
9 Oath of allegiance.
10 Time for taking oaths and penalties for failure.
11 Clerk of Executive Council to have custody and keep register of oaths.
SECURITY BY PUBLIC AND REVENUE OFFICERS
12 Security by public and revenue officers.
13 Form and amount of security.
14 Agreement with insurance company for security.
15 Minister may act for boards, etc.
16 Effect of securities by public officers.
17 Deposit of security.
18 Defects in security.
19 Effect of defect or absence of security.
20 Statement as to fidelity bonds.
(2) Contents of statement.
PROTECTION OF PERSONS PERFORMING PUBLIC DUTIES
21 Limitation of actions against public officials.
(2) Tender of amends.
(3) Court officer protected.
(4) No application to district registrars.
22 Order for security for costs.