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All permits and orders of the parole board issued under the authority of this chapter shall be signed by the chairperson and one other member of the board. The board shall have a seal which shall be affixed to all permits and orders issued by it, and to all warrants issued by the chairperson, under the authority of this chapter. All permits and orders of the board so signed and sealed, and all warrants issued by the chairperson under the authority of this chapter, shall be recognized by all sheriffs and their deputies, all officers authorized to serve criminal process, the police officers of the several cities and towns, and by the director of the department of corrections, or his or her designee, and by the keeper of any other place where prisoners are confined or detained in this state.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Rhode Island General Laws Title 13. Criminals--Correctional Institutions § 13-8-21. Signature and sealing of instruments--Recognition by officers - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ri/title-13-criminals-correctional-institutions/ri-gen-laws-sect-13-8-21/
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