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They attain the role of mayor through municipal elections and hold office for a maximum term of 30 days.
Within this period, every mayor is vested with the following authority and duties:
- purchase for the town
- develop the town and manage the construction sites
- file a lawsuit
- accounting reports, assessment sheet, tax fraud
- purchase and sale orders
- mayors have the option to resign from their position if they choose to do so
- money to the county
- money to someone
- write a letter to everyone in town
- appoint assistants and the chief mentor
- write the information message
- work in their office (disabled)
In recognition of their role, holding the position of mayor entitles them to several benefits, including:
- Actions of the mayor are available in the mayor's office.
- In a free city with a port, the mayor automatically becomes the harbourmaster of the village.
- In the cantons of the Swiss Confederation, the mayor is also referred to as the avoyer.
- Mayors, along with judges and public prosecutors, must be aware of and enforce the Rules for the Administration of Justice to ensure fair governance and justice within the town.