THE FOURTH CLASS CITY ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 215 of 1895
105.15 Circuit court; appeal, procedure; bond.
Any party aggrieved by the judgment of confirmation hereinbefore mentioned, may, within 10 days after the entry thereof, appeal therefrom to the circuit court of the county, by filing with the probate court a claim of appeal, in writing, under oath, in which he shall set forth a description of the land in which he claims an interest and a statement that he considers himself aggrieved by the proceedings and judgment of which he complains, and his objections, if any, to the amount of damages awarded, and at the same time filing with the probate court a bond to the city, in a penal sum of not less than 300 dollars, with sureties to be approved by said probate court, conditioned that he will prosecute his appeal to effect, and pay costs that may be awarded against him in the circuit court, and paying to the probate court the sum of 3 dollars for making his return to the appeal.
History: 1895, Act 215, Eff. Aug. 30, 1895
Am. 1899, Act 136, Imd. Eff. June 21, 1899
CL 1915, 3150
CL 1929, 2074
CL 1948, 105.15
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