SEC. 37-65-123. "Qualified elector" defined.
The words "qualified elector" or "qualified electors" for the purposes of this article, shall in addition to the provisions of the first paragraph of section 37-65-119, mean:
A person, who on the day he signs any petition provided for in said section, is properly registered and qualified to vote in a county wide election of the county if such were then held, according to the books and records in the office of the circuit clerk and registrar of the county, in which all or any part of the school district is located, and who is a resident of the school district in which one or more schools have been closed, and who (a) is qualified to vote in an election of a trustee of that school district, if any be elective and (b) if the school district be a municipal separate school district or a special municipal separate school district and such person lives within the corporate limits of the municipality then such person must be qualified to vote in a city wide election if such were held on the day he signs any petition herein provided for.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 6232-43; Laws, 1960, ch. 316, Sec. 3, eff from and after passage (approved April 27, 1960).