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File #: 18-5032    Version: 1 Name: Acceptance of Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Bond
Type: Staff Briefings Status: Staff Briefings
File created: 11/1/2018 In control: Sheriffs Office
On agenda: 12/4/2018 Final action:
Title: : Acceptance of Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Bond
Attachments: 1. Sheriff's Bond McFadden.pdf
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Acceptance of Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Bond

Acknowledge receipt of $25,000 bond on Friday, November 30, 2018 for Mecklenburg County Sheriff Elect Garry L. McFadden and approve said bond as required by G.S. 162-9 for
Mecklenburg County Sheriff Elect Garry L. McFadden

Staff Contact: Rachel Vanhoy, Sheriff's Office

Presentation: No

BACKGROUND/JUSTIFICATION: N.C.G.S. Article 2. Sheriff's Bond.
§ 162-8. Bond required.
The sheriff shall furnish a bond payable to the State of North Carolina for the due execution and return of process, the payment of fees and moneys collected, and the faithful
execution of his office as sheriff, which shall be conditioned as follows:

The condition of the above obligation is such that, whereas the above bounden ______ is elected and appointed sheriff of ______ County; if therefore, he shall well and truly
execute and due return make of all process and precepts to him directed, and pay and satisfy all fees and sums of money by him received or levied by virtue of any process into
the proper office into which the same, by the tenor thereof, ought to be paid, or to the person to whom the same shall be due, his executors, administrators, attorneys, or agents;
and in all other things well and truly and faithfully execute the said office of sheriff during his continuance therein, then above obligation to be void; otherwise to remain in full
force and effect.

The amount of the bond shall be determined by the board of county commissioners but shall not exceed twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000).

§ 162-9. County commissioners to take and approve bonds.

The board of county commissioners in every county shall take and approve the official bond of the sheriffs, which they shall cause to be registered and the original deposited with
the clerk of superior court for safekeeping. The bond shall be taken on the first Monday of December next after the election.

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