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What am I required to do if I am served with a Notification of Case Number and Other Pertinent Information?

by | Jul 23, 2020

If you are a Cross-Appellant on the appeal and have not done so then you will have to upload your Notice of Appeal or Cross-Appeal along with the Informational Statement and the Order or Judgment being appealed from.   You can use your NYSCEF credentials and upload to the Appellate Division in which the appeal is being perfected.

As a Respondent on the appeal the above steps are the same with the exception that there is no need for the Respondent to upload a Notice of Appeal and/or a Notice of Cross-Appeal.

If 20 days have passed since the Notification of Case Number was served, the Appellant is not required to serve hard copies to the other parties.  It is imperative to respond to the Notification of Case Number as soon as possible,  because if you are not registered you will not be aware of when the Record  on Appeal and Appellant’s Brief have been e-filed on the NYSCEF system, and this may prevent you from filing a timely Cross-Appellant and/or Respondent Brief.

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