Appeals from orders of board of county commissioners
(1) There shall be no appeal from the order mentioned in ORS 382.355 (Filing and presentation of petition) (2).
(2) Within 10 days after the entry of the order mentioned in ORS 382.355 (Filing and presentation of petition) (3), any one or more of the petitioners may appeal to the circuit court in the same manner as appeals are taken from the county court in actions at law, except that the notice of appeal, if not entered in the journal at the time the order is made, shall be served on the county clerk and no appeal bond shall be required.
(3) If the circuit court upon appeal is satisfied that the board of county commissioners should have ordered an election, the circuit court shall direct the board of county commissioners to proceed as if it had declared the proceedings sufficient. If upon appeal the circuit court decides that the judgment of the board of county commissioners was correct it shall make an order affirming the judgment of the board of county commissioners. There shall be no appeal from the judgment of the circuit court.
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