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In cases where a Joint Record or Joint Appendix is warranted, the Appellant, Cross and/or Co-Appellants are responsible for assembling the Joint Record or Joint Appendix. The cost should be split between the appealing attorneys in the Appellate Division First and...
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Counsel for appellant or an unrepresented litigant who voluntarily participates in e-filing will receive a “calendar number” from the Court. Within seven (7) days of receipt of the “calendar number”, counsel for appellant or an unrepresented litigant who voluntarily...
At the Appellate Division, all electronically filed motions and papers filed in opposition or relation to motions, should be filed in one PDF document, which shall contain bookmarks linking each separate document contained therein.
Once registered, what are the requirements when e-filing motions on NYSCEF? Do other manners of relief need to be requested through NYSCEF or hard copy or both?
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Co-appellants should file together for the same term. However, if one of the co-appellants is not ready for the term intended, a stipulation may be signed by all parties involved and filed with the court consenting to the next term, as long as all co-appellants file...
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