1. Every official bond executed by any officer pursuant to law shall be deemed and
taken to be in force, and shall be obligatory upon the principal and sureties thereon
for any and all breaches of the condition or conditions thereof committed during the
time such officer shall continue to discharge any of the duties of or hold such office.
2. Every such bond shall be deemed to be in force and obligatory upon the principal
and sureties thereon for the faithful discharge of all duties which may be required
of such officer by any law enacted subsequently to the execution of such bond, and
such condition shall be expressed therein.
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