Our 150th Post: Ohio Supreme Court Holds Appeal of Planning Commission Order by Service of Summons by Clerk of the Courts on Administrative Agency Along with Notice of Appeal within Statutory Timeframe is Sufficient

In a proceeding where a development company and property owners sought to develop a subdivision of single-family homes in two phases (I and II), the applicant appealed the denial of a preliminary plat for Phase I and a conditional acceptance of Phase II.   The Supreme Court addressed the question of whether a service of summons by a clerk of courts upon an administrative agency along with a copy of a notice of appeal is sufficient to perfect an administrative appeal under R.C. 2505.07, and held that it is indeed sufficient.

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One Response to Our 150th Post: Ohio Supreme Court Holds Appeal of Planning Commission Order by Service of Summons by Clerk of the Courts on Administrative Agency Along with Notice of Appeal within Statutory Timeframe is Sufficient

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