§ 24-1-9. Conduct of trial on damages.
After the service of a notice of condemnation the court may proceed to a trial. The trial shall be conducted as other civil actions at law are tried. The trial shall determine all questions of fact relating to the value of the real property, and any estate or interest therein, and the amount thereof, and the appurtenant damage to any remainder and the amount thereof, and the trial and decision or verdict of the jury shall be subject to all rights to except to rulings, to move for new trial, and to appeal, as are provided by law. Upon the entry of judgment in the proceedings, execution shall be issued against the money deposited in court and in default thereof against any other property of the city or town.
(P.L. 1962, ch. 216, § 1.)