Requiring information regarding accounts
- • reference to legislature
(1) The Secretary of State may require any person to answer orally or in writing, under oath or affirmation, as to any facts relating to an account, presented to the Secretary of State for settlement, of a person who has received any moneys or property belonging to the state.
(2) At the request of any person interested in, and dissatisfied with the decision of the Secretary of State on an account presented to the Secretary of State for settlement, of a person who has received any moneys or property belonging to the state, the Secretary of State shall refer the account, the decision of the Secretary of State thereon and the reason for the decision to the Legislative Assembly at a session thereof. [1967 c.454 §§3,4; 1971 c.604 §6]
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