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Title 18 - Appeals

CHAPTER 5

Appeals From Probate Courts [Repealed]

SECTIONS 18-5-10 to 18-5-80. Repealed by 1986 Act No. 539, Section 2, eff July 1, 1987 (approved by the Governor on June 9, 1986).

Editor's Note

Provisions of the South Carolina Probate Code which supersede these sections, see Section 62-1-308.

Former Sections 18-5-10 to 18-5-80 were derived from 1962 Code Sections 7-201 to 7-208; 1952 Code Sections 7-201 to 7-208; 1942 Code Sections 228, 230 to 236; 1932 Code Sections 228, 230 to 236; Civ. P. '22 Sections 185, 187 to 193; Civ. P. '12 Sections 61, 63 to 69; Civ. P. '02 Sections 55, 57 to 63; 1972 (57) 2483; 1944 (43) 1302; 1939 (41) 111; 1870 (16) 61; 1870 (14) 55, 57, 60, 62, 64 to 66; 1839 (11) 60.

Former Section 18-5-10 was entitled "Jurisdiction of circuit court".

Former Section 18-5-20 was entitled "Appeal shall be taken within fifteen days".

Former Section 18-5-30 was entitled "Probate court shall make return to appellate court".

Former Section 18-5-40 was entitled "Proceedings stayed by appeal".

Former Section 18-5-50 was entitled "Circuit court shall try and determine questions".

Former Section 18-5-60 was entitled "Procedure when appellant neglects to enter appeal".

Former Section 18-5-70 was entitled "Final decision certified to probate court".

Former Section 18-5-80 was entitled "Probate judge shall not act in appeal".




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