(a) A person who is aggrieved and will be injured by a quarantine or whose property
is to be destroyed by order of the department is entitled to appeal to the district
court of any county in which the quarantine or order is established or issued. In order to appeal, the person must give written notice of appeal to the department
not later than the 10th day following the date of the order or proclamation. The notice must name the district court in which the application is filed.
(b) Immediately after receipt of a notice of appeal, the department shall make a certified
copy of the order or proclamation and transmit it to the district court named in the
(c) On receipt of the application for appeal and copy of the order or proclamation,
the clerk of the court shall docket the cause on the civil docket in the style: “__________________, Commissioner of Agriculture vs. __________________, defendant.” The suit shall be tried in the manner provided for the trial of civil cases. The judgment of the court on final hearing shall be “that the orders and proclamations
of the commissioner be approved and enforced” or “that said orders and proclamations
be and are vacated and held for naught,” as the court may determine.
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