Section 31-3-6

Hearing and determination of claims by Board of Adjustment.

The Board of Adjustment, when serving as the awarding authority under this chapter, shall hear and determine claims for compensation under this chapter in the same manner prescribed by law for the hearing and determination by such board of other claims against the state. If, when acting as the awarding authority, it determines that an applicant for compensation under this chapter is entitled thereto, it may adjudge and order that such compensation shall be paid out of the appropriations hereafter made to the Board of Adjustment for the purposes of this chapter, and, if the funds in such appropriation have been exhausted, then out of any fund or funds appropriated to the Board of Adjustment for the purposes of Article 4 of Chapter 9 of Title 41 of this Code.

(Acts 1967, No. 436, p. 1105, §6.)