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Article 35. Holding multiple offices; presents to persons in public trust

West's Annotated Code of MarylandConstitution of Maryland Adopted by Convention of 1867

West's Annotated Code of Maryland
Constitution of Maryland Adopted by Convention of 1867
Declaration of Rights
MD Constitution, Declaration of Rights, Art. 35
Article 35. Holding multiple offices; presents to persons in public trust
That no person shall hold, at the same time, more than one office of profit, created by the Constitution or Laws of this State; nor shall any person in public trust receive any present from any foreign Prince or State, or from the United States, or any of them, without the approbation of this State. The position of Notary Public shall not be considered an office of profit within the meaning of this Article. Nonelected membership in the militia of this State, a law enforcement agency, a fire department or agency, or a rescue squad shall not be considered an office of profit within the meaning of this Article; nor shall any remuneration received as a consequence of membership in a reserve component of the armed forces of the United States or of membership in the militia of the United States or of this State be considered a present within the meaning of this Article.

Credits

Acts 1964, c. 129, ratified Nov. 3, 1964; Acts 1990, c. 61, ratified Nov. 6, 1990; Acts 1996, c. 80, ยง 1, ratified Nov. 5, 1996.
MD Constitution, Declaration of Rights, Art. 35, MD CONST DECL OF RIGHTS, Art. 35
Current through all legislation from the 2022 Regular Session of the General Assembly. Some statute sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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