California Laws - Election Code
DIVISION 16. ELECTIONS CONTESTS
CHAPTER 10. APPEALS

CHAPTER 10. APPEALS (5566)(1-click HTML)

Article 1. General Elections (16900) (5567)(1-click HTML)

16900. Any party aggrieved by the judgment of the court may appeal therefrom to the court of appeal, as in other cases of appeal thereto from the superior court. During the pendency of proceedings on appeal, and until final determination thereof, the person declared elected by the superior court shall be entitled to the office in like manner as if no appeal had been taken. (5568)

Article 2. Primary Elections: Other than a Recount (16920) (5569)(1-click HTML)

16920. Either party to a contest may appeal to the district court of appeal of the district where the contest is brought, if the appeal is perfected by the appellant within 10 days after judgment of the superior court is pronounced. The appeal shall have precedence over all other appeals and shall be acted upon by the district court of appeal within 10 days after the appeal is filed. (5570)

Article 3. Primary Elections: Involving a Recount (16940) (5571)(1-click HTML)

16940. The judgment of the court is final in every respect. No party may appeal. (5572)

  

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