Utah Code Title 17. Counties

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  • Chapter 2. County Consolidations and Annexations
  • Chapter 3. Creating New Counties
  • Chapter 8. Flood Control Projects and Drought Emergencies
  • Chapter 11. Removal of County Seats
  • Chapter 12. Creating Bonded Indebtedness
  • Chapter 14. Support of Poor by Relatives
  • Chapter 15. Miscellaneous Provisions
  • Chapter 16. County Officers
  • Chapter 16A. County Officers and Employees Disclosure Act
  • Chapter 17. County Assessor
  • Chapter 18A. Powers and Duties of County and District Attorney
  • Chapter 19A. County Auditor
  • Chapter 20. County Clerk
  • Chapter 21. Recorder
  • Chapter 21A. Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act
  • Chapter 22. Sheriff
  • Chapter 23. County Surveyor
  • Chapter 24. County Treasurer
  • Chapter 25. Powers and Duties of Constables
  • Chapter 25A. Appointment and Authority of Constables
  • Chapter 26. County Hospitals
  • Chapter 27A. County Land Use, Development, and Management Act
  • Chapter 28. Firemen's Civil Service Commission
  • Chapter 30. Deputy Sheriffs--Merit System
  • Chapter 30A. Peace Officer Merit System in Counties of the First Class Act
  • Chapter 31. Recreational, Tourist, and Convention Bureaus
  • Chapter 32. Bail Commissioners
  • Chapter 33. County Personnel Management Act
  • Chapter 34. Municipal-Type Services to Unincorporated Areas
  • Chapter 35B. Consolidation of Local Government Units
  • Chapter 36. Uniform Fiscal Procedures Act for Counties
  • Chapter 37. Planetarium
  • Chapter 38. Zoos
  • Chapter 41. Agriculture and Industrial Protection Areas
  • Chapter 43. Local Human Services Act
  • Chapter 50. General Provisions for Counties
  • Chapter 52. Changing Forms of County Government
  • Chapter 53. County Executive, Legislative Body, and Other Officers

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