Notwithstanding any other provision of law, local law, charter, code or ordinance, a public officer may, in official documents or otherwise, refer to the name of her or his public office:
(a) by its official title as specified in the statute, local law, charter, code or ordinance creating such public office, or,
(b) by any other gender neutral or gender indicative suffixes, prefixes or words which reconstruct the official name or title of such public office, provided that the form of reconstruction readily permits the unmistakable identification of the particular public office held by such public officer.
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