DULY QUALIFIED - Black's Law Dictionary

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Being "duly qualified" to fill an office, in the constitutional sense and in the ordinary acceptation of the words, means that the officer shall possess every qualification; that he shall in all respects comply with every requi site before entering on duties of the office; that, in addition to being elected by the qualified electors, he shall be commissioned by the governor, give bond as required by law; and that he shall be bound by oath or affirmation to support the Constitution of the commonwealth, and to perform the duties of the office with fidelity. Common wealth v. Lomas, 302 Pa. 97, 153 A. 124, 126, 74 A.L.R. 481; State ex rel. Landis v. Bird, 120 Fla. 780, 163 So. 248.

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