In the case of vacancy occurring in the office of a clerk of the circuit court by
death, resignation, or other cause, the judge of that court shall appoint a clerk
ad interim, who shall assume all the responsibilities, perform all the duties, and
receive the same compensation for the time being as if he or she had been duly appointed
to fill the office; and the clerk shall give such bond and security for the faithful
performance of duties as required by the board of county commissioners.
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