ARTICLE VI
TOWN ATTORNEY
   SECTION 6.01.  QUALIFICATIONS.  The town attorney shall be an attorney at law entitled to practice in the courts of the State of Tennessee.
   SECTION 6.02.  APPOINTMENT, DUTIES, AND SALARY.  The town attorney shall be appointed by the board and shall generally direct management of all litigation in which the Town is a party, including the function of prosecuting attorneys in the Town Court; represent the Town in all legal matters and proceedings in which the Town is a party or interested or in which any of its officers is officially interested; attend meetings of the board as requested and advise the board and committees and members thereof, the town administrator and heads of all departments, offices, or agencies as to all legal questions affecting the Town’s interests; and approve as to form, in those instances where required by the board, all contracts, deeds, bonds, ordinances, resolutions, and other documents to be signed in the name of or made by or with the Town. His compensation and other benefits incidental to his position shall be fixed by the board, and he shall serve at the will of the board.
   SECTION 6.03.  ASSISTANT TOWN ATTORNEYS.  The board may appoint one (1) or more assistant town attorneys with such qualifications as the board may determine and same shall perform such duties as the town attorney shall assign to them. The compensation and other benefits incidental to the positions of the assistant town attorneys shall be fixed by the board, and they shall serve at the will of the board.