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Title XII PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE

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  208.110.  Appeals from circuit court. — Appeals may be had by either party from the circuit court upon the record in the same manner as provided herein for appeals from the director to the circuit court, and all appeals to the circuit and appellate courts shall be advanced on the docket of the courts for immediate hearing and determination.

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(RSMo 1939 § 9411, A. 1949 S.B. 1063)

(1961) Finding that recipient of old age assistance had conveyed property to her children without receiving in return a value equal to the property conveyed held not supported by substantial evidence. Weidmaier v. State Department of Public Health and Welfare (A.), 343 S.W.2d 93.

(1962) Where referee, in the course of a hearing on an application for aid to dependent children based on the ground that the father of the child was unable to work, stated that the father appeared to be able to work and also that he appeared to be a normal person, the applicant for benefits did not receive a fair hearing and the decision of the division would be reversed. Jones v. State Department of Public Health and Welfare (A.), 354 S.W.2d 37.

(1962) It was error, on appeal from decision of director of welfare, for trial court to permit judgment of circuit court setting aside deed to be introduced in evidence at hearing and made a part of the transcript on appeal. Powers v. State Department of Public Health and Welfare (A.), 359 S.W.2d 23.

(1971) Appeals taken pursuant to § 208.110 are subject to the Rules of Civil Procedure including the requirement that the Department of Public Health and Welfare shall cause a transcript on appeal to be prepared, filed, served and approved in the form and manner specified by Civil Rule 82.14. Stacy v. Department of Public Health and Welfare (A.), 468 S.W.2d 651.

(1972) Adding of affidavit is a permissible amendment to the original notice of appeal and relates back to the filing of the original notice. Fraher v. Department of Public Health and Welfare (A.), 484 S.W.2d 663.


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