State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Mississippi > Title-25 > 1

25-1-1 - Length of terms.
25-1-3 - Date terms begin for state officers, except the governor.
25-1-5 - Date terms begin for district, county, and beat officers.
25-1-7 - Vacancy in office.
25-1-9 - Oath of office taken.
25-1-11 - Oath of office filed.
25-1-13 - State officials to make guaranty or surety bonds.
25-1-15 - Conditions of official bonds; new bonds to be secured every four years.
25-1-17 - Official bonds payable to state.
25-1-19 - Approval of bonds of county and beat officers.
25-1-21 - Examination of sureties.
25-1-23 - Procedure for determining sufficiency of doubtful bond.
25-1-25 - New bond required in certain cases.
25-1-27 - Release of surety on bond of local officer or employee.
25-1-29 - Release of surety on bond of state officer.
25-1-31 - Personal bonds.
25-1-33 - Premiums on official bonds.
25-1-35 - Commission not necessary.
25-1-37 - Acts of de facto officer valid.
25-1-39 - Deputy to discharge duty after death of officer.
25-1-41 - Informal bonds valid.
25-1-43 - Officer not to make contract without authority.
25-1-45 - Civil liability for failure to perform duty.
25-1-47 - Defense of public employees and satisfaction of judgment.
25-1-49 - Seller may recover claim unlawfully brought by an officer.
25-1-51 - Confiscated property: prohibited acquisition; disposition by sheriff; subsequent recovery.
25-1-53 - Nepotism prohibited.
25-1-55 - Penalty for nepotism.
25-1-57 - Undated or postdated resignations.
25-1-59 - Vacancy by removal or default.
25-1-61 - Legal residence of state officers.
25-1-63 - Defaulting officers published.
25-1-65 - Expense of publication.
25-1-67 - Public moneys to be promptly paid by legal representatives.
25-1-69 - Officer not to carry or deposit public funds outside state.
25-1-71 - Public moneys are trust funds.
25-1-72 - Duty to deposit funds into county depository.
25-1-73 - Officers liable for costs of collection of public funds improperly withheld.
25-1-75 - Duplicate receipt books upon transfer of funds.
25-1-77 - Bureau of Fleet Management created; purpose; duties; purchase, rent, lease or acquisition of motor vehicle for state use; certain documentation required; bureau may seize and dispose of cert
25-1-79 - Use of state-owned automobiles.
25-1-81 - Expense accounts and reports as to state-owned automobiles.
25-1-83 - Attending conventions, associations, or meetings.
25-1-85 - Repealed.
25-1-87 - Marking publicly owned or leased vehicle; exceptions; effect of noncompliance.
25-1-89 - Donated automobiles.
25-1-91 - Penalties regarding state-owned automobiles.
25-1-93 - Provisions inapplicable to Governor.
25-1-95 - Signature machines.
25-1-97 - State office hours.
25-1-98 - Opening and staffing of state offices; legal holidays, construction of "workday".
25-1-99 - County office hours.
25-1-100 - Certain personnel records exempt from public access requirements; exceptions.
25-1-101 - State-furnished books.
25-1-102 - Certain attorneys' work product exempt from public access requirements.
25-1-103 - Certain offices held by same person.
25-1-105 - Application of prohibition against striking to public employees and employers.
25-1-107 - Date of postmark as proof of date of payment or report.
25-1-109 - Law enforcement officers prohibited from disclosing identity of person arrested, issued a citation, or being held for misdemeanor.
25-1-111 - Prevention of disclosure by state agencies of social security numbers.