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13-46-4Certification of record to clerk of courts--Failure to transmit--Fees.

Upon such appeal so taken, the business manager of the school district or the acting clerk of such special committee, shall, within thirty days thereafter, transmit to the clerk of courts a certified copy of the record of the decision appealed from and of the record of all proceedings had in respect to the matter and all original papers filed in the office and upon the failure of such person so to transmit the record, the circuit court may compel the person to do so and may fine the person for neglect or refusal to transmit the record. Such officer or clerk shall receive the usual copying fees to be taxed as part of the costs of suit. In the event a transcript of hearing or other proceeding is part of the record to be transmitted and is not available within the time limit established in this section, it shall be submitted to the court within five days of receipt from the reporter.

Source: SL 1955, ch 41, ch 9, § 44; SDC Supp 1960, § 15.2344; SL 1975, ch 128, § 323; SL 1999, ch 95, § 1.

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