Part D-i. Attorney General for the District of Columbia. § 1–301.81. Duties of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia. § 1–301.82. Appointment of the Attorney General. § 1–301.83. Minimum qualifications and requirements for Attorney General. § 1–301.84. Forfeiture of the position of Attorney General. § 1–301.85. Attorney General salary. § 1–301.86. Annual budget for the Office of Attorney General. § 1–301.86a. Contingency fee contracts. § 1–301.86b. Litigation Support Fund. § 1–301.86c. Attorney General Restitution Fund. § 1–301.86d. Vulnerable Adult and Elderly Person Exploitation Restitution Fund. § 1–301.86e. Tenant Receivership Abatement Fund. § 1–301.87. Chief Deputy Attorney General, Deputy Attorneys General, and Assistant Attorneys General. § 1–301.88. Authority to administer oaths. § 1–301.88a. Authority over personnel. § 1–301.88b. Authority for procurement of goods and services. § 1–301.88c. Authority to issue subpoenas for the production of documents. § 1–301.88d. Authority to issue subpoenas in investigation of consumer protection matters. § 1–301.88e. Authority to issue subpoenas in matters involving the financial exploitation of vulnerable adults and the elderly. § 1–301.88f. Authority to issue grants for crime reduction, violence interruption, and assistance to victims of crime and other vulnerable residents. § 1–301.88g. Authority to issue grants for workplace rights. § 1–301.89. Appointment of special counsel. § 1–301.89a. Report on constitutional challenge or District of Columbia Home Rule Act validity challenge. § 1–301.89b. Attorney General notification on enforcement of laws. § 1–301.89c. Authority to issue subpoenas in investigation of consumer protection matters. [Recodified] § 1–301.90. Inability to carry out duties as Attorney General.