43.1011 Appeal.

Cite as [A.S.C.A. § 43.1011]

(a) The decision of the arbitrators may be appealed to the Appellate Division of the High Court by any person or by the government.

(b) The adverse party or parties shall be served written notice of the intention to appeal within 10 days after the appealing party receives notice of the award from the Trial Division of the High Court. The notice of appeal, together with proof of service, shall be filed with the clerk of the High Court within 2 days after service is completed.

(c) On appeal, the appellate Division may hear such evidence, including the testimony of the arbitrators, as is material, may approve, modify, revise, or reject the award of the arbitrators, and may either make a new and different award or resubmit the matter to the same or different arbitrators to be appointed in the same manner as the original arbitrators.

(d) Following its decision, the court shall enter an order that upon the payment of the required sum the government shall be the lawful owner of the property. The order shall bind all persons.

History: 1962, PL 7-25; 1967, PL 10-25; readopted 1980, PL 16-88 § 1; 1982, PL 17-3 1 § 1.