§ 30-196

Appointment of Commissioners; terms; compensation

A. There shall be appointed by the Governor three Commissioners, who with the Director of the Division of Legislative Services and any persons appointed as life members are hereby constituted a board of Commissioners by the name and style of Commissioners for the Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation in the United States. The three Commissioners appointed by the Governor shall serve for a term of four years, with each such term commencing on October 1. A Commissioner appointed by the Governor shall serve until his successor is appointed.

B. Each of the appointed Commissioners shall hold office at the pleasure of the Governor, and excepting life members and the Director of the Division of Legislative Services, shall serve for a term of four years. Vacancies shall be filled by the Governor for unexpired terms.

C. The Commissioners shall receive no compensation for their services, but their necessary travel and hotel expenses shall be paid out of any funds that may be appropriated for such purposes.

History

2002, c. 491; 2006, c. 661.

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