Local Gov't Code Section 232.155
(a)Any owner or lienholder of record of a platted lot aggrieved by an order issued under Section 232.153 (Public Hearing) may file in a district court in the county in which the property is located a verified petition alleging that the decision is illegal, in whole or in part, and stating with specificity the grounds of the alleged illegality. The petition must be filed by an owner or lienholder of the lot within 60 calendar days of the order. If a petition is not filed within 60 calendar days of the order, the order shall become final.
(b)On the filing of a petition under Subsection (a), the court may issue a writ of certiorari directed to the county to review the order of the county and shall prescribe in the writ the time within which a return on the writ must be made and served on the relator or the relator’s attorney.
(c)The county is not required to return the original papers acted on by it, but it is sufficient for the county to return certified or sworn copies of the papers or parts of the papers as may be called for by the writ.
(d)Appeal of the county’s determination under this subchapter shall be conducted under the substantial evidence rule.
Section 232.155 — Judicial Review,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/LG/htm/LG.232.htm#232.155 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).