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Alabama Code Title 5. Banks and Financial Institutions § 5-9A-5

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If any stockholder, depositor or creditor shall not be satisfied with such judgment, he may file a notice of appeal to the Supreme Court of Alabama within 42 days from the day of entry of such judgment, provided he shall give security for cost of such appeal and indemnity in an amount to be fixed by the court, conditioned to pay such damages as the stockholders, depositors or creditors may sustain for a wrongful appeal or delay. Any such appeal shall be a preferred case in the Supreme Court and shall be set for hearing at the earliest possible date. If no such appeal is taken, the judgment of the circuit court shall be final, and said bank may lawfully be reorganized in accordance with the plan approved by the court.

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