|606.01||CERTIORARI, WITHIN WHAT TIME WRIT ISSUED.|
|606.02||TIME FOR SERVICE.|
|606.03||[Repealed, 1991 c 17 s 1]|
|606.06||CERTIORARI; ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS.|
No writ of certiorari shall be issued, to correct any proceeding, unless such writ shall be issued within 60 days after the party applying for such writ shall have received due notice of the proceeding sought to be reviewed thereby. The party shall apply to the court of appeals for the writ.
Such writ must also be served upon the adverse party within such period of 60 days.
The party prevailing on a writ of certiorari in any proceeding of a civil nature shall be entitled to costs against the adverse party. If the writ appears to have been brought for the purpose of delay or vexation, the court of appeals may award double costs to the prevailing party.
If any writ of certiorari shall hereafter be issued contrary to any provision of this chapter, or shall not be served upon the adverse party within such period of 60 days, the party against which the same is so issued may have the same dismissed on motion and affidavit showing the facts and shall be entitled to costs and disbursements the same as in other civil actions.
A writ of certiorari for review of an administrative decision pursuant to chapter 14 is a matter of right.