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Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 1. Government § 141-6

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Any person who feels aggrieved at any decision of any inspector of the department of agriculture shall have the right to appeal from the decision to the board of agriculture. The board shall give a prompt hearing to the appellant and the inspector upon the appeal, and decide the question at issue, which decision shall be subject to judicial review as provided in chapter 91.

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