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     40-15-33.   Appeal to circuit court from revocation or suspension of license. Any licensee aggrieved at the revocation or suspension of the license may appeal from the decision to the circuit court of this state for the county in which the agency was located, licensed, and operated, at any time within sixty days after notice of such revocation or suspension has been mailed by registered or certified mail to the business address of the agency as shown by its application, license, or other records on file with the Animal Industry Board. The appeal shall be taken by notice of the same stating the substance of the decision appealed from sufficiently to identify the same, copy of which notice shall be served on the animal industry board or by registered or certified mail addressed to the office at Pierre, South Dakota, and by filing the original of such notice and proof of the service thereof with the clerk of the court to which appeal is taken. Thereafter the appeal shall be brought on for hearing and tried upon all issues of law and fact relative thereto under the same procedure as court or equity cases are tried by the court.

Source: SDC 1939, § 40.2009; SL 1990, ch 325, § 269.

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