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13-46-1Right to appeal to circuit court from decision by school board or special committee--Time of taking appeal.

From a decision made by any school board, or by a special committee created under any provision of the school law relative to a school or school district matter or in respect to any act or proceeding in which such officer, board, or committee purports or assumes to act, an appeal may be taken to the circuit court by any person aggrieved, or by any party to the proceedings, or by any school district interested, within ninety days after the rendering of such decision. Provided, however, that all legal actions relative to bond issues must be started within ten days.

Source: SL 1955, ch 41, ch 9, § 44; SDC Supp 1960, § 15.2344; SL 1975, ch 128, § 320.

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