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Section 17-15-6

Notification of sheriff and clerk of circuit court.

When any special election is ordered by the Governor, the judge of probate of the counties in which such election is to be held must, within three days after receiving notice thereof, notify the sheriff and clerk of the circuit court of their respective counties of such special election.

(Code 1876, §§269, 4281; Code 1886, §§364, 4180; Code 1896, §§1603, 4687; Code 1907, §§444, 6784; Code 1923, §§534, 3902; Code 1940, T. 17, §§220, 298; §17-18-6; amended and renumbered by Act 2006-570, p. 1331, §76.)
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