In order to perfect an appeal to the district court from a county board of equalization, all activities necessary, including the filing of notice of appeal, must be carried out within forty-five days of the adjournment of the board. Knoefler Honey Farms v. County of Sherman, 193 Neb. 95, 225 N.W.2d 855 (1975).
Cited but not discussed. Clark v. Sweet, 183 Neb. 723, 163 N.W.2d 881 (1969).
Procedure for appeal to the district court from action of a county board of equalization is that prescribed for appeal from justice of peace court to the district court. Nebraska Conf. Assn. Seventh Day Adventists v. County of Hall, 166 Neb. 588, 90 N.W.2d 50 (1958).
Delivery of the warrant in suit prior to lapse of time for taking taxpayer's appeal, in violation of statute, does not affect taxpayer's right of appeal. Beadle v. Harmon, 130 Neb. 389, 265 N.W. 18 (1936).
District court acquires jurisdiction by appeal from county board's disallowance of claim where claimant gives notice of appeal, furnishes appeal bond and files transcript in office of clerk of district court within time, though the petition on appeal is not filed until a later date. Myers v. Hall County, 130 Neb. 13, 263 N.W. 486 (1935).
An appeal from an order of the county board allowing a claim brings the action to the district court for trial de novo. Campbell Co. v. Boyd County, 117 Neb. 186, 220 N.W. 240 (1928).
Duty to prepare properly and file transcript is primarily enjoined upon county clerk and not upon claimant. Bartlett v. Dahlsten, 104 Neb. 738, 178 N.W. 636 (1920).
District court should not try appeal until issues are joined by pleadings. Loup County v. Wirsig, 73 Neb. 505, 103 N.W. 56 (1905); Haskell v. Valley County, 41 Neb. 234, 59 N.W. 680 (1894).