Clerk definition

Clerk means the clerk to the Trustees or any other person appointed to perform the duties of the clerk to the Trustees, including a joint, assistant or deputy clerk;
Clerk means the duly appointed and acting Clerk of the City or, in the Clerk's absence, the duly appointed Deputy, Assistant or Acting Clerk.
Clerk means the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court.

Examples of Clerk in a sentence

  • If any individual identified below is required to file a Statement of Economic Interests, Form 700 (“Form 700”), and the individual does not have a current Form 700 on file with the City Clerk for a separate agreement with the City, the Consultant must comply with the requirements of Subsection 17.2 below.

  • These rates are on file with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.

  • Xxxxxxx, Mayor Attest by Xxxxx Xxxxxxx, City Clerk STATE OF IDAHO, ) ss.

  • CITY OF OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS By Xxxx Xxxxxxx, Mayor ATTEST: Xxxxxx Xxxx, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: J.

  • Attachment B will also indicate whether any of the identified persons are required to file a Statement of Economic Interests, Form 700 (“Form 700”), provided that the individual does not have a current Form 700 on file with the City Clerk for a separate agreement with the City.


More Definitions of Clerk

Clerk means the Clerk to the Board or the Clerk to the Local Academy Committee of the Academy appointed from time to time, as appropriate.
Clerk means the Clerk of the City.
Clerk means the clerk of the legislative body.
Clerk means the Clerk to the Governing Body appointed from time to time.
Clerk means the Clerk of the Board.
Clerk means the clerk to the Governors or any other person appointed to perform the duties of the clerk to the Governors, including a joint, assistant or deputy clerk;
Clerk means the clerk or other official of the municipality who is the custodian of the official records of such municipality.