2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 172. Animals distrained or doing damage.
172.04 Appraisal of animals.
172.04172.04 Appraisal of animals. The finder of animals taken up under s. 172.02 shall, within one month from taking them up, if the animals are of the value of $10 or more, apply to the town chairperson, village president or city mayor of the municipality where found for the appointment of a disinterested appraiser. A certificate of the appraisal shall be signed by the appraiser and filed in the municipal clerk's office. The finder shall pay the appraiser $3 for the certificate and 10 cents per mile for every mile necessarily traveled by the appraiser.
172.04 - ANNOT.History: 1989 a. 56 s. 258; 1997 a. 254.
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