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Section 17-15-5

Judge of probate to give notice of elections in county.

Whenever the judge of probate of any county receives a writ of election directing a special election to be held or receives notice of a special election for representatives in Congress or for any state or county officers, such judge of probate must immediately give notice by proclamation of the time, place, and object of such election as provided by law.

(Code 1876, §§268, 4279; Code 1886, §§363, 4178; Code 1896, §§1602, 4685; Code 1907, §§443, 6782; Code 1923, §§533, 3900; Code 1940, T. 17, §§219, 296; §17-18-5; amended and renumbered by Act 2006-570, p. 1331, §76.)
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