§ 115.39  APPEALS FROM ORDERS MADE BY THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS AND SAFETY.
   Any person adversely affected by any order made by the City Board of Public Works and Safety under the provisions of this section may, within 20 days after that order is entered, commence an action in the County Circuit or Superior Court against the Board of Public Works and Safety to vacate or set aside any order on the ground that the order is insufficient, unreasonable, unlawful or procured by fraud or other unlawful methods. Summons shall be issued upon the complaint filed in that action and be served on the Board of Public Works and Safety in the manner now provided by law in civil actions, and the procedure in the trial of the cause shall be the same as in the trial of civil actions.
(1985 Code, § 36-9-2-4(t))  (Ord. passed 6-4-1903; Am. Ord. 5-1921, passed 4-5-1921; Am. Ord. 8-1923, passed 4-17-1923, Ord. 5-1927, passed 4-5-1927; Am. Ord. 3-1939, passed 3-22-1939; Am. Ord. 7-1939, passed 5-16-1939; Am. Ord. 2-1944, passed 5-4-1944; Am. Ord. 30-1953, passed 12-3-1953; Am. Ord. 26-1969, passed 10-21-1969; Am. Ord. 22-1970, passed 6-3-1970; Am. Ord. 23-1972, passed 10-4-1972; Am. Ord. 22-1974, passed 10-16-1974; Am. Ord. 17-1976, passed 8-4-1976; Am. Ord. 18-1978, passed 9-7-1978; Am. Ord. 5-1980, passed 2-19-1980; Am. Ord. 10-1981, passed 5-11-1981)