SEC. 29-1-143. Jurisdiction of chancery court.
The chancery court shall have jurisdiction of all matters and causes, including suits and appeals from the commission, arising from the administration of sections 29-1-125 to 29-1-143, except such causes and suits which the constitution gives to the circuit court. All suits in court shall be governed by the established rules of procedure for the court where the suit is maintained. The commission, as the agent of the state, may be made a party defendant as a citizen, and all process for the commission shall be served on its secretary.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 4078-10; Laws, 1950, ch. 560, Sec. 11.