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Section 5563.01 | Execution of order to open road.


No order of the board of county commissioners for locating, establishing, altering, straightening, widening, or changing the direction of a public road, shall be executed until ten days have elapsed after the board has made its final order in the matter of compensation and damages, on account of such improvement. If, at the end of ten days, any person, firm, or corporation interested, has effected an appeal, then the order shall not be executed until the matters appealed from have been disposed of in the probate court or the common pleas court.

Any person, firm, or corporation desiring to appeal to the probate court or the common pleas court, when the improvement is located in two or more counties, may appeal to the probate or common pleas court of either county.

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