New York Consolidated Laws, Judiciary Law - JUD § 505. Oath of office
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Before entering upon the duties of his office a commissioner appointed under this article, and each deputy, assistant or employee, shall take the oath of office prescribed by law and file the same with the office of court administration and in the office of the county clerk without charge.
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