Any owner or occupant who feels aggrieved by the order or affirmed order may, within
five (5) days after the making or affirming of the order by the commissioner, file
a petition for certiorari and supersedeas with the circuit court of the county in
which the property is located, praying a review of the order. It is the duty of the court to hear the petition on the first convenient day, and
to make the order in the premises as right and justice may require. In case the owner or occupant is not satisfied with the order or judgment of the
circuit court, the owner or occupant may file a petition for certiorari and supersedeas
in the appellate court to review the order or judgment.
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