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An Indiana appellate court, in a November 13 ruling, declined to dismiss a late appeal brought against the state's Real Estate Appraiser Board, holding that an earlier state supreme court decision made such errors waivable, and that the board had failed to challenge the petition on timeliness grounds in an earlier decision.
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