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An appeal may be taken to the Court of Appeals from any order or judgment of the district court under this chapter as follows:
(1) from any final decree, within 90 days from its date except that the appeal period for those parties who were not personally served shall be six months from the date of the final decree; upon appeal from the decree, the Court of Appeals may review any intermediate order involving the merits or necessarily affecting the decree;
(2) from any order granting or denying an application to open, vacate, or set aside the decree, within 30 days from the date of the filing of the order;
(3) from any order granting or refusing a new trial, or from any order involving the merits of the proceeding, or some part of them, within 30 days from the filing of the order;
(4) from any order relating to registered land after its original registration, within 90 days after the entry of the order.
All appeals from any order or decree in any proceeding under this chapter shall be as in other civil cases.
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