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Louisiana Revised Statutes Tit. 33, § 441.15. City of DeQuincy;  appointment of court magistrate;  duties;  salary

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The mayor of the city of DeQuincy shall appoint one or more attorneys who shall be designated as court magistrate and who shall serve at the pleasure of the mayor and may from time to time be designated by the mayor to serve in his stead as the presiding official over the mayor's court.  Whenever a magistrate is so designated by the mayor to preside over the mayor's court, he shall exercise the powers and authority of the mayor over said court.  The magistrate shall serve at a salary fixed and paid by the governing authority of the city of DeQuincy for such time as the magistrate serves in the mayor's stead.

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