Court Officers (Temporary Appointments) Act, 1924

Security to be given and oath to be taken.

6.—Whenever any person is appointed under this Act to execute the duties of an office, the Minister may prescribe,

(a) the security (if any) to be given by such person for the due performance of his duties, but such security shall not in any case exceed the security required by law to be given by a person appointed to that office, and

(b) the oath or declaration (if any) to be taken by such person on appointment.