Delaware Laws - Title 29 State Government
CHAPTER 58. LAWS REGULATING THE CONDUCT OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE STATE
Subchapter I. State Employees', Officers' and Officials' Code of Conduct

Sec. 5808B. Commission Counsel's appointment contingent upon appropriations. (14708)(1-click HTML)

The Commission Counsel established by Sec. 5808A of this title shall not be appointed by the Commission until adequate funds have been appropriated for such purpose. In the absence of such appointment, the Attorney General shall provide legal assistance to the Commission and shall exercise any duties assigned to the Commission Counsel by this chapter. Such duties may also be exercised by outside counsel chosen by the Commission, if adequate funds are appropriated for such purpose. (14709)

(69 Del. Laws, c. 467, Sec. 9.) (14710)

  

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