Legal Definition and Related Resources of Elisor

Meaning of Elisor

A person designated and directed by a court to summon a jury when the persons designated by law for that duty are disqualified to act. In some States, the duties of an elisor are extended to the service of other process in the event of the disqualification of the officer who would otherwise serve such process.

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