Civil Practice – Mandamus – Board of Elections – Labor & Employment – BOE Clerk – Wage Payment – Standing to SueGraham County Board of Elections v. Graham County Board of Commissioners Even if a county board of elections hired an extra employee who was not authorized by the county board of commissioners, if there is money in the board of election's budget to do so, the board of commissioners must pay the employee's wages. We affirm the trial court's issuance of a writ of mandamus requiring payment of the wages. We reverse the trial court's award of attorney's fees.
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Published: June 8, 2011
Time posted: 11:40 am
Tags: board of elections, boe clerk, Labor & Employment, mandamus, standing to sue, wage payment