§ 8-4-4.1. Retirement of superior court clerks as clerks emeritus.
Any clerk of the superior court serving on or after May 16, 1984 and who retires from the position of clerk under the state retirement system after having served not less than nine (9) years in the position shall, upon such retirement, be deemed to be clerk emeritus of the superior court, shall retain the authority and power of a clerk of the superior court, including but not limited to the authority and power to join persons in marriage in any city or town in this state, and shall be available, subject to the retiree's physical and mental competence, for assignment for active duty as clerk of the superior court without additional compensation therefor by the presiding judge thereof.
(P.L. 1984, ch. 435, § 1.)