PROCEDURE ON APPEAL TO THE CIRCUIT COURT
Except for the time for filing the notice of appeal, the procedure on appeal to the circuit court from the judgment of an inferior court or decision of an administrative agency or tribunal shall be in accordance with the statutes providing such appeals. Notice of appeal to the circuit court must be served on all parties within thirty (30) days after receipt of written notice of the judgment, order or decision appealed from. In all such appeals the notice of intention to appeal shall be filed with the clerk of the court to which the appeal is taken and with the inferior court or administrative agency or tribunal within the time provided by the statute, or by this rule when no time is fixed by statute, for service of the notice of intention to appeal. The proceedings in the circuit court shall be in accordance with these rules, and priority shall be given to the hearing and disposition of such appeals in accordance with law.
Note to 1986 Amendment:
This amendment makes the time for filing a notice of appeal to the circuit court thirty days in all cases and conforms to the Administrative Procedures Act.