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If the president is not present, dies, resigns, or is otherwise unable to fulfill his or her duties, the vice president will generally serve as president. And of course, this might depend what country you live in. But for the most part this is correct.

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If a Vice-President becomes President through the death or resignation of the President, he or she serves out the remainder of the term. If a Vice-President becomes Acting President through the temporary incapacity of the President, he or she serves until the President is again able to serve.

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The vice president is elected to a four-term just like thr president.

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The vice president is only the acting president when the president is incapable of doing the job. The length of time that this will happen is determined by the situation.

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There are no restrictions on how many terms a vice-president can serve. Each term is for four years.

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the vice president is usually in office as long as the president who chose the vice president stays in office

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until the end of the [deceased] president's term

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