(a) After the adoption of authorizing proceedings providing for the issuance of bonds under this article, the borrower shall cause to be published once a week for two successive weeks in a newspaper either published or having general circulation within the limits of the county or municipality, as the case may be, proposing to issue such bonds, a notice in substantially the following form (the blanks being first properly filled in), with the printed or written signature of the clerk or other recording officer of the borrower appended thereto:
"An ordinance (or resolution) authorizing the issuance of $_____ principal amount of revenue bonds of (here insert name of the borrower) under the provisions of Title 11, Chapter 81, Article 5 of the Code of Alabama, as amended, was duly passed by the (here insert name of the governing body) of (here insert name of the borrower) on the _____ day of _____, 2__, for the purpose of (here state briefly the purpose of the proposed financing). The said bonds will be secured by a pledge of revenues derived from operation of (here state the system or systems out of the revenues from which such bonds are to be made payable). Any civil action or proceeding questioning the validity of said ordinance (or resolution) must be commenced within 30 days after the first publication (or posting) of this notice."
(b) If there is no newspaper published or having general circulation within the limits of such county or municipality, as the case may be, at the time when its governing body directs such publication to be made, such notice shall be published by posting copies thereof at three public places within the limits of the borrower.
(c) Any civil action or proceeding in any court to set aside the authorizing proceedings or to restrain the proposed issuance of such bonds or to obtain any other relief upon the ground that the authorizing proceedings are invalid must be commenced within 30 days after the first publication of such notice in a newspaper as provided for in subsection (a) of this section or within 30 days after the commencement of the posting of such notice in those cases in which posting is permitted by subsection (b) of this section. After the expiration of such period of limitation, no right of action or defense founded upon the invalidity of the authorizing proceedings shall be asserted nor shall the validity of said bonds or said authorizing proceedings be open to question in any court upon any ground whatever, except in a civil action or proceeding commenced within such period.