Sec. 326. Bailiffs, criers and pages; compensation; duties. (227)(1-click HTML)
The Chancellor may appoint and remove at pleasure such number of bailiffs, criers and pages as shall be necessary for the proper operation of the Court, not to exceed one bailiff, one crier and one page in each of the several counties. They shall receive such compensation as the Chancellor shall from time to time determine. They shall perform such duties and have such powers in connection with attendance upon the Court of Chancery as the Chancellor may from time to time prescribe. (228)
(10 Del. C. 1953, Sec. 326; 50 Del. Laws, c. 67, Sec. 8; 55 Del. Laws, c. 85, Sec.Sec. 35A, 35B; 57 Del. Laws, c. 228, Sec. 11-2.) (229)
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