Connecticut Law
Title 4 Management Of State Agencies


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Connecticut Laws | Title 4 Management Of State Agencies

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CHAPTER 46 STATE APPOINTIVE OFFICERS

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Sec. 4-1. Appointed officers; term; compensation and expenses.

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Sec. 4-1a. Appointed officers, unspecified terms.

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Sec. 4-2. When nominations are to be made.

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Sec. 4-3. Term of office of legislative appointees.

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Sec. 4-4. Term of office of executive appointees.

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Sec. 4-5. "Department head" defined.

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Sec. 4-6. Appointment and term of department heads.

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Sec. 4-7. Confirmation or rejection of nominations by house of General Assembly. Vacancy appointment.

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Sec. 4-8. Qualifications, powers and duties of department heads.

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Sec. 4-9. Governor to commission officers.

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Sec. 4-9a. Appointment of chairpersons and executive directors of boards and commissions. Public members; proportion; definitions; exception. Members; terms.

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Sec. 4-9b. Membership of boards, commissions, committees and councils: Qualifications, gender and racial diversity required considerations. Report. Right of action.

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Sec. 4-9c. Confirmation process for appointments to boards of trustees and Board for State Academic Awards.

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Sec. 4-9d. Designation of replacement members on governmental bodies. When required officials unable or choose not to serve.

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Sec. 4-10. Appointments to state boards and commissions; lists.

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Sec. 4-11. Suspension of administrative officers.

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Sec. 4-12. Removal of officer, commissioner or deputy.

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Sec. 4-12a. Governor's powers of suspension or removal under sections 4-11 and 4-12 not applicable to deputies appointed by department heads.

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Sec. 4-13. Subpoenas.

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Sec. 4-13a. Appearance of assistant on subpoena of state officer.

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Sec. 4-14. Transportation allowance for state officers, auditors and Governor's executive secretary.

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Sec. 4-15. Expenses of state officers and employees.

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Sec. 4-16. Expenses paid by the state.

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Sec. 4-16a. Indemnification of commissioners.

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Sec. 4-17. Meeting attendance of trustees or directors of state-aided institutions.

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Sec. 4-18. Resignations of state officers.

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Sec. 4-19. Appointments to fill vacancies.

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Sec. 4-20. Bonding of state officers and employees.

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Sec. 4-21. Commissioners empowered to take acknowledgment of deeds and other instruments for Connecticut.

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Sec. 4-22. State chemists.

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Sec. 4-23. Fees of state chemist.

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