CLAIMS AGAINST COUNTIES (EXCERPT)
Act 58 of 1909
46.76 Appeal; entry of judgment, payment; final determination.
When the appellant shall be granted any sum in addition to the amount allowed by the auditing board, the circuit judge may authorize the clerk of the court to enter a judgment in favor of the claimant for the amount, which judgment when properly entered shall authorize the county treasurer to pay the amount thereof to the claimant. The circuit court may in all cases make a final determination of the proceeding which is appealed, or may return the said claim to the board of supervisors or the board of county auditors with an order how to proceed, and may require such board to comply with the final determination made by the court in the premises.
History: 1909, Act 58, Eff. Sept. 1, 1909
CL 1915, 2304
CL 1929, 1191
CL 1948, 46.76
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