SEC. 67-1-39. Appeals from commission orders.
Any appeal from an order of the commission shall be to the chancery court of the county of the domicile of the appellant, without supersedeas and on the record made before the commission. There may be an appeal therefrom to the Supreme Court as in other cases provided, but it shall be without supersedeas on the order of the commission to them made and finally determined either by the chancery court or the Supreme Court. Actions taken by the commission in suspending a permit when required by Section 93-11-157 or 93-11-163 are not actions from which an appeal may be taken under this section. Any appeal of a permit suspension that is required by Section 93-11-157 shall be taken in accordance with the appeal procedure specified in Section 93-11-157 or 93-11-163, as the case may be, rather than the procedure specified in this section.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 10265-17; Laws, 1966, ch. 540, Sec. 17; 1970, ch. 549, Sec. 1; 1971, ch. 358, Sec. 1, eff from and after passage (approved March 15, 1971). Laws, 1996, ch. 507, Sec. 16, eff from and after July 1, 1996