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Ohio Revised Code Title VII. Municipal Corporations § 707.14

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If the court finds error in the proceedings before the board of county commissioners or that the board's decision was unreasonable or unlawful, the court shall make an order enjoining the county recorder from making the record and filing a copy of the record with the secretary of state as is provided in section 707.09 of the Revised Code.  Such order shall not be a bar to subsequent applications to the board for the purpose of effecting incorporation.  The court shall render such judgment as to the payment of the cost incurred in such proceeding for injunction as is just and equitable.

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