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Section 21-4-24

Actions for injunctive relief to enforce article.

(a) Whenever the Attorney General of this state has reason to believe that

(1) A registration or polling place does not comply with the standards prescribed under subsection (a) of Section 21-4-23; or

(2) A county has failed to provide registration and voting aids as required by Section 21-4-23, the Attorney General may institute, in the name of the state, an action in the Circuit Court of Montgomery County against the county, for injunctive relief, as may be necessary to implement this article.

(b) Whenever an individual has reason to believe that

(1) A registration or polling place does not comply with the standards prescribed under subsection (a) of Section 21-4-23; or

(2) A county has failed to provide registration and voting aids as required by Section 21-4-23, and that individual is personally aggrieved or is acting on behalf of an individual personally aggrieved by failure of the county to comply with this article, that individual may institute an action in the local circuit court against the county, for injunctive relief, as may be necessary to implement this article.

(Acts 1985, No. 85-234, p. 133, §5.)
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