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Vermont Justices of the Peace

Marlene B. Wallace

Vermont Justices of the Peace

history, duties, and responsibilities

by Marlene B. Wallace

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Published by s.n. in [Montpelier .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Vermont.
    • Subjects:
    • Justices of the peace -- Vermont.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Marlene B. Wallace.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFV520 .W34
      The Physical Object
      Pagination9 p. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4070958M
      LC Control Number79625053

      Danville has ten Justices of the Peace who are elected biennially on even numbered years. Currently our Justices of the Peace are: Eric Bach () Ted Houle () Virginia Incerpi () Jane Larrabee () Julie Larrabee ( Justin Lavely () Kenneth Linsley () Bruce Melendy () Lindsey Mitchell. Marriages – Justices of the Peace may solemnize marriages in Vermont. Oaths and Notary – Justice of the Peace may administer oaths in all cases where an oath is required, unless the law makes a different provision. A Justice of the Peace can be a notary public ex officio, provided they file the appropriate application with the County Court.

      Justices of the Peace. Justices can administer oaths and solemnize marriages. Most of their authority, however, derives from their membership in the Board of Civil Authority and the Board of Abatement. Amanda Beaulieu. Patsy Cole. Ginny Fuller. Rick Hausman. Catherine Kidder. Scott Labun. . Justices of the Peace The office of the justice of the peace is a county office; however, the justices are elected by the town voters. The justice of the peace used to perform important judicial functions in the towns, but this authority has largely been repealed, so that today justices of the peace play a very limited role in Vermnt.

        Official Website of Newport, Vermont | Main Street | Newport, VT | ©. WHO WE ARE Since the Peace & Justice Center has been a leader in social justice activism in Vermont. Our Board and Staff work with community members, local businesses, non-profit organizations, activists, and volunteers to help all Vermonters achieve self-sufficiency and shared prosperity.


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