Presentment of claims to Secretary of State not required
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the presentment of claims for payment from any moneys in the State Treasury to the Secretary of State as Auditor of Public Accounts and the audit, allowance or other approval of those claims by the Secretary of State as Auditor of Public Accounts before the drawing of warrants in payment of those claims or otherwise before payment of those claims is not required by statute. Any reference to the audit, allowance or other approval by the Secretary of State of those claims before payment in any general or specific statute is intended to be and shall be considered a reference to the performance of constitutional functions of the Secretary of State as Auditor of Public Accounts, and is not intended to be and shall not be considered a statutory requirement that those functions be performed before payment of those claims. [1967 c.454 §30]
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