ELECTION CONTESTS OTHER THAN LEGISLATIVE AND STATE EXECUTIVE OFFICES
34-2025. Appeal and supersedeas. (a) The party against whom judgment is rendered in cases tried in the district court may appeal to the Supreme Court, and if the appellant be in possession of the office, such appeal shall not supersede the execution of the judgment of the court, as provided in the preceding section, unless he give a bond with security, to be approved by the court, in a sum to be fixed by the court, and which shall be at least double the probable compensation of such officer for six (6) months, which bond shall be conditioned that he will prosecute his appeal without delay, and that if the judgment appealed from be affirmed he will pay over to the successful party all compensation received by him while in possession of said office after the judgment appealed from was rendered, and such bond shall contain the express consent that judgment may be rendered against the sureties on the appeal as provided in the following section.
(b) All appeals to the Supreme Court shall be brought within ten (10) days of the judgment by the district court.
[(34-2025) 1890-1891, p. 57, sec. 166; reen. 1899, p. 33, sec. 153; reen. R.C. & C.L., sec. 5050; C.S., sec. 7298; I.C.A., sec. 33-1725; am. 1982, ch. 209, sec. 9, p. 576.]