Oklahoma Emergency Interim Executive And Judicial Succession Act
The Emergency Interim Executive and Judicial Succession Act (63 O.S. Sections 685.1 - 685.11) is an Oklahoma state law governing emergency succession to the all offices of the state and local governments, excluding the members of the Oklahoma Legislature, which are governed by the Oklahoma Emergency Management Interim Legislative Succession Act.
The Emergency Executive and Judicial Succession Act was signed into law by Governor Brad Henry on August 29, 2003.
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