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7 Pa. Code § 21.62. Appointment of disinterested citizen.

§ 21.62. Appointment of disinterested citizen.

 (a)  Under section 701 of the act (3 P. S. §  459-701), if either the owner of the dog or owner of the livestock or poultry do not accept the determination of the appraiser, the owner may request the appointment of a disinterested, qualified citizen to determine the amount of damage sustained. The citizen shall be agreeable to the owner of the dog, if known, owner of the livestock or poultry, and the Department.

 (b)  A disinterested, qualified citizen shall be knowledgeable as to the value of the type of animal killed or injured.

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