(a) The commissioners court of a county with a population of less than 25,000 may
arrange with one or more other counties to jointly employ and compensate one or more
special auditors for the purposes set forth in Section 115.031.
(b) The commissioners court of a county affected by this section may have an audit
made of the county books, either in whole or in part, at any time regardless of whether
an arrangement can be made under Subsection (a). The district judge or the grand jury of the county may also order such an audit.
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