When a jail is erected in a county for the use of which the designation was made,
or its jail is rendered fit and safe for the confinement of prisoners, the judge of
the superior court of that county must, by a written revocation, filed with the clerk of the court, declare that the necessity for the designation has ceased, and that it is revoked.
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