Definition of "elisor"
  1. A court-appointed official who performs the duties of a sheriff when the sheriff or any other authorized person, such as a coroner, cannot perform the required tasks
How to use "elisor" in a sentence
  1. Due to personal disqualification, the judge appointed an elisor to carry out the sheriff's responsibilities.
  2. When the sheriff cannot perform their duty owing to a conflict of interest, an elisor may be appointed.
  3. An elisor was appointed when the sheriff and the coroner were both unable to fulfil their duties.

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