Tennessee Code Title 8. Public Officers and Employees

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  • Chapter 1. Governor
  • Chapter 2. Lieutenant Governor
  • Chapter 3. Secretary of State
  • Chapter 4. Comptroller of the Treasury
  • Chapter 5. State Treasurer
  • Chapter 6. Attorney General and Reporter--Legal Department
  • Chapter 7. District Attorneys General
  • Chapter 8. Sheriffs
  • Chapter 9. Coroners
  • Chapter 10. Constables
  • Chapter 11. County Trustees
  • Chapter 12. Surveyors
  • Chapter 13. Registers
  • Chapter 14. Public Defenders
  • Chapter 15. Auditors
  • Chapter 16. Notaries Public
  • Chapter 17. Ethical Standards for Officials and Employees
  • Chapter 18. Eligibility, Commissions, and Oaths
  • Chapter 19. Bonds of Officers
  • Chapter 20. Appointment of Deputies and Assistants
  • Chapter 21. Fees Charged
  • Chapter 22. Accounting for Fees
  • Chapter 23. Compensation of State Officers and Employees
  • Chapter 24. Compensation of County Officers and Clerks of Court
  • Chapter 25. Deferred or Tax-Sheltered Compensation Programs
  • Chapter 26. Reimbursement of Expenses
  • Chapter 27. Group Insurance for Public Officers and Employees
  • Chapter 30. State Service
  • Chapter 31. Tennessee State Employees Uniform Nepotism Policy Act of 1980
  • Chapter 33. Employees in Military Service
  • Chapter 34. Retirement--Generally
  • Chapter 35. Retirement--Membership
  • Chapter 36. Retirement Benefits
  • Chapter 37. Retirement--Financing and Funds
  • Chapter 38. Social Security
  • Chapter 39. Miscellaneous Pensions and Retirement Funds
  • Chapter 42. Defense of State Employees
  • Chapter 44. Public Meetings
  • Chapter 46. Impeachment
  • Chapter 47. Removal of Officers
  • Chapter 48. Vacancies in Office
  • Chapter 49. Transfer of Records and Property of Office
  • Chapter 50. Miscellaneous Provisions

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