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Section 6115.35 | Filing exceptions to reports or appraisals.


Any property owner may accept the appraisals in his favor of benefits and of damages and of lands to be taken made by the board of appraisers of a sanitary district, or may acquiesce in the board's failure to appraise damages in his favor, and shall be construed to have done so unless within ten days after the last publication provided for in section 6115.34 of the Revised Code he files exceptions to said report or to any appraisal of either benefits or damages or of land to be taken which may be appropriated. All exceptions shall be heard by the court beginning not less than twenty nor more than thirty days after the last publication provided for in such section, and determined in advance of other business so as to carry out, liberally, the purposes and needs of the district. The court may, if it deems necessary, return the report to the board for its further consideration and amendment, and enter its order to that effect. If the appraisal roll as a whole is referred back to the board, the court shall not resume the hearing thereof without new notice, as for an original hearing thereon. The court may, without losing jurisdiction over the roll, order the board to recast the roll when the order of the court specifies the precise character of the changes thereof.

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