(1) A state agency's adopted action is not valid unless the action was taken in compliance
with 2-10-105. A private property owner affected by a state agency action taken without fulfilling
the requirements of 2-10-105 may bring suit for a declaration of invalidity of the action.
(2) A suit under this section must be filed in a court in the county in which the
property owner's affected property is located. If the affected property is located in more than one county, the property owner
may file suit in any county in which the affected property is located.
(3) The court shall award a property owner who prevails in a suit under this section
reasonable and necessary attorney fees and court costs.
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