§1878. Courts having more than one division; declaration of candidates for office; seniority
Where a city court is composed of two or more divisions, a candidate for nomination and election to the office of judge of the city court, at the time of filing his declaration as a candidate, shall designate the division of the court for which he is a candidate. The judge oldest in point of continuous service shall be the presiding judge, except that when they have served continuously the same length of time, the judge oldest in years shall be the presiding judge.
Acts 1960, No. 32, §3; eff. Jan. 1, 1961.