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Age limitation on term of judicial office
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 2
§ 23. Age limitation on term of judicial office. No person shall hold
the office of judge, justice or surrogate of any court, whether of
record or not of record, except a justice of the peace of a town or
police justice of a village, longer than until and including the last
day of December next after he shall be seventy years of age, except that
a judge or justice in office or elected or appointed to office at the
effective date of this section, as to whom no provision limiting his
right to hold office to the close of the year following his attaining
the age of seventy years was applicable prior to the effective date of
this section, may continue in office during the term for which he was
elected or appointed.