The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, any associate justice thereof, any judge of
the Superior Court or judge of the tax court may administer the oaths of office and
of allegiance to any person appointed to the office of Clerk of the Supreme Court,
Clerk of the Superior Court, Secretary of State or Attorney General, and the aforesaid
justices and judges and the Governor and members of the Legislature may administer
the oaths of office and of allegiance to any person elected or appointed to any other
elective or appointive office as to which no other provision is made by law.
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