Montana Code Annotated 2023



Part 2. Livestock Markets and Dealers

Appeal By Holder Of Or Applicant For Certificate

81-8-255. Appeal by holder of or applicant for certificate. An appeal of a decision of the department refusing to grant an application for a certificate or suspending or revoking a certificate of a livestock market shall be taken to the district court of the county in which the proposed livestock market is to be located or in which the authorized livestock market has its principal place of business. The appellant shall file a bond with the clerk of the district court in the sum of $300, to be approved by the judge, conditioned to pay all costs that may be awarded against the appellant in the event of an adverse decision or the decision of the department being affirmed. The cost of preparing transcripts shall be paid by appellant. In a case of suspension or revocation of a certificate, the filing of the notice and bond stays the order of the department until the final determination of the appeal. If the appellant fails to perfect the appeal, the stay shall automatically terminate.

History: En. Sec. 15, Ch. 566, L. 1979.