Anticipation Of Duties Of A Public Office


1. That the offender is entitled to hold a public office or
   employment, either by election or appointment;
2. That the law requires that he should first be sworn in
   and/or should first give a bond;
3. That he assumes the performance of the duties and powers
   of such office; and
4. That he has not taken his oath of office and/or given the
   bond required by law.


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