§ 3.1-449. (Repealed effective October 1, 2008) Special order of court allowing supersedeas
No such appeal shall, in either case stated in the preceding section (§ 3.1-448), act as a supersedeas except on a special order of the court allowing a supersedeas. An application for such supersedeas shall only be heard after reasonable notice to the Commission, and the order allowing the same shall require of the appellant a bond with sufficient surety in such sum as shall be fixed by the court for the protection of all parties interested in the action or order appealed from.
A special order of court permitting an appeal to act as a supersedeas may be made only after reasonable notice to the Commission, and shall provide that the appellant file a bond, with sufficient surety, in such sum as shall be determined by the court to be necessary for the protection of producers and others during the pendency of the appeal.
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