Title 4: Judiciary
Chapter 21: COMMISSIONERS IN OTHER STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES
4 V.S.A. § 851. Appointment and powers of commissioners
§ 851. Appointment and powers of commissioners
The governor may appoint commissioners in other states and in foreign countries, who shall hold office for five years unless sooner removed by him. They may take depositions, affidavits, and testimony to be used in any proceedings in superior court, administer oaths and take the acknowledgment of deeds and other instruments to be used or recorded in this state, and their acts therein shall have the same force as though performed by a justice or master in this state.