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property, except any building or buildings

may be taken immediately upon payment

therefor by the condemning authority to

the owner or owners thereof or into the

Court to the use of the person or persons

entitled thereto, such amount as the con-

demning authority shall estimate to be the

fair value of said propery, provided such

legislation requires that the condemning

authority's estimate be not less than the

appraised value of the property being taken

as evaluated by at least one qualified

appraiser, whose qualifications have been

accepted by a Court of RecoroS of this

State, and also requires the payment of

any further sum that may subsequently be

awarded by a jury, and provided such legis-

lation limits the condemning authority's

utilization of the acquisition procedures

specified in this section to occasions where

it has acquired or is acquiring by purchase

or other procedures one-half or more of

the several takings of land or interests in

land necessary for any given water supply,

sewerage or drainage extension or construc-

tion project.

Sec. 41. Any citizen of this State, who

shall after the adoption of this Constitu-

tion, either in, or out of this State, fight a

duel with deadly weapons, or send, or

accept a challenge so to do, or who shall

act as a second, or knowingly aid or assist

in any manner, those offending, shall, ever

thereafter, be incapable of holding any

office of profit or trust, under this State,

unless relieved from the disability by an

act of the Legislature.

Sec. 42. The General Assembly shall pass

See Section 2.07, Conduct of Elections, p. 11.

Laws necessary for the preservation of the

purity of Elections.

Sec. 43. The property of the wife shall

be protected from the debts of her husband.

Sec. 44. Laws shall be passed by the

General Assembly, to protect from execution

a reasonable amount of the property of the

debtor, not exceeding in value, the sum

of five hundred dollars.

Sec. 45. The General Assembly shall

Section 5.32. Cost of Judicial Branch.

provide a simple and uniform system of
charges in the offices of Clerks of Courts,
and Registers of Wills, in the Counties of
this State, and the City of Baltimore, and

The cost of the operation and administra-
tion of the judicial branch shall be borne
exclusively by the State, and all revenues
derived from the operation and administra-



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