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(A) The court, on receiving a report of an incident under § 91.113 or on application under § 91.111(C), shall set a time for a hearing to determine whether the dog is a dangerous dog or whether the owner of the dog has complied with § 91.111. The hearing must be held not later than the tenth day after the date on which the dog is seized or delivered.
(B) The court shall give written notice of the time and place of the hearing to:
(1) The owner of the dog or the person from whom the dog was seized; and
(2) The person who made the complaint.
(C) Any interested party, including the county or city attorney, is entitled to present evidence at the hearing.
(D) An owner or person filing the action may appeal the decision of the municipal court, justice court, or county court in the manner provided for the appeal of cases from the municipal, justice, or county court.
(Ord. 599, passed 9-6-2005)