[Tennessee Code, Title 29 Remedies and Special Proceedings, Chapter 8 Change of Name - Correction of Errors in Birth Certificates, Section 29-8-105.] Court Rules: Local Rules, Davidson County Courts of Record, Circuit, Chancery, Criminal and Probate Courts, Twentieth Judicial District of Tennessee, Nashville, TN: 39.08 - Name Change: a.Adult: The verified petition must comply with the statute and shall state the full legal name of the Petitioner, all prior names by which the Petitioner has been known, the place of residence of the petitioner(s), the birth date, age, social security number of the individual whose name is to be changed, and the State where the original birth certificate was issued.If the father is not identified on the birth certificate, legitimation proceedings must be completed prior to filing of a petition to change the name of the minor child.Service of process is required for any parent or guardian who does not join in the petition."I feel it's necessary tonight to address my colleagues and the people whom I was elected to represent," Stewart told a small group at the Winchester City Council meeting on Tuesday. "With the recent allegations that have been made against me, many questions have asked about the future of my position as a council member," he said.Stewart said the City Charter speaks to his situation.Copes of the original birth certificate, social security card and official photo identification shall be submitted with the petition.
Stewart came to the council with a record of considerable government participation, according to the city's website. Phil Bredesen appointed Stewart to the Volunteer Tennessee Board of Directors in Nashville, and Stewart served as a legislative aide to Bredesen in 2008.
Prosecutors directed the county department to conduct the investigation to avoid a conflict of interest for Winchester police.
The incident happened at Stewart's Winchester apartment, the sheriff said.
[Tennessee Code, Title 29 Remedies and Special Proceedings, Chapter 8 Change of Name - Correction of Errors in Birth Certificates, Section 29-8-101.] Petition: The application to change the name or to correct an error in a birth certificate shall be by petition, in writing, signed by the applicant and verified by affidavit, stating that he is a resident of the county, and giving his reasons for desiring the change or correction.
[Tennessee Code, Title 29 Remedies and Special Proceedings, Chapter 8 Change of Name - Correction of Errors in Birth Certificates, Section 29-8-102.] Clerk's fees: The clerk's fee for services in proceedings under this chapter shall be the same as for like services in other cases, to be paid by the party petitioning.