Arizona Revised Statutes § 48-407 Directors; Term; Qualifications; First Meeting

48-407. Directors; term; qualifications; first meeting

A. The term of office of director shall be for two years after election and until his successor has qualified, provided that, if during his term of office he sells or otherwise disposes of the crop mentioned in the proclaimed district, his term shall automatically expire and a vacancy shall exist in the directors. If for any reason a vacancy exists in the directors, the board of supervisors shall appoint a director who is the owner of the crop mentioned in the proclaimed district to fill the unexpired term.

B. To qualify as director every person so elected or appointed shall file an oath of office with the clerk of the board of supervisors in the same manner as all other county officers.

C. Within ten days after their election and qualification, the directors shall meet and elect one of their number chairman and one of their number vice chairman and one of their number secretary whose duties shall be those commonly performed by such officers.

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