Section 12-17-261

Filing of written declaration; issuance of commission.

Any former magistrate who is qualified to become a supernumerary magistrate under any of the provisions of this article may elect to become a supernumerary magistrate of the district court of the county in which said magistrate served as such official at any time within one year from April 28, 1988, by filing a written declaration to that effect with the Administrative Director of Courts at least 30 days prior to the time said former magistrate desires to become a supernumerary official. If the Administrative Director of Courts shall find that such applicant is qualified under any of the provisions of this article, a commission as supernumerary magistrate of the district court for the county in which he has served shall thereupon be issued to such applicant by the Secretary of State.

(Acts 1988, No. 88-313, p. 475, §2.)