SEC. 57-3-17. Determination of results of election; time period for issuance of bonds.
When the results of the election on the question of the issuance of such bonds as hereinabove provided for shall have been canvassed by the election commissioners of such municipality and certified by them to the governing body of such municipality, it shall be the duty of such governing body to determine and adjudicate whether or not a majority of the qualified electors who voted thereon in such election voted in favor of the issuance of such bonds, and unless a majority of the qualified electors who voted thereon in such election shall have voted in favor of the issuance of such bonds, then such bonds shall not be issued. Should a majority of the qualified electors who vote thereon in such election vote in favor of the issuance of such bonds, then the governing body of the municipality may issue such bonds, either in whole or in part, within two years from the date of such election, or within two years after the final favorable termination of any litigation affecting the issuance of such bonds, as such governing body shall deem best.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 8936-58; Laws, 1960, ch. 147, Sec. 8, eff from and after passage (approved May 11, 1960).