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TITLE 34PUBLIC FINANCE
PART 1COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
CHAPTER 5FUNDS MANAGEMENT (FISCAL AFFAIRS)
SUBCHAPTER AJUDICIARY DEPARTMENT PROCEDURES
RULE §5.2Salary Affidavits: District Attorneys, Criminal District Attorneys, and State Paid County Attorneys

(a) To receive a salary warrant from the comptroller of public accounts, a salary affidavit must be completed by all the district, criminal district, and county attorneys paid with state appropriations stating:

  (1) the amount received from sources other than state appropriated funds; and

  (2) the authority by which those funds are received. The salary affidavit must be signed by the district, criminal district, or county attorney before a notary public of the State of Texas.

(b) Time for filing shall be as follows:

  (1) Those district, criminal district or county attorneys appointed during the fiscal year must file with the comptroller a completed salary affidavit prior to receiving his state pay warrant.

  (2) Those district, criminal district, or county attorneys holding office at the beginning of the fiscal year or biennium must file with the comptroller a completed affidavit prior to the end of the first pay period in the new fiscal year.

  (3) Each district, criminal district, or county attorney whose supplemental salary amount is changed in any way must file with the comptroller a revised salary affidavit prior to the end of the first pay period in the new fiscal year.

(c) Failure to submit the required affidavits will result in no salary warrant being issued until receipt by the comptroller's office of a completed affidavit.

(d) Upon receipt of a completed salary affidavit, a copy of the affidavit will be forwarded by the comptroller's office to the secretary of state for filing.


Source Note: The provisions of this §5.2 adopted to be effective January 1, 1976; amended to be effective February 22, 1984, 9 TexReg 832.

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