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§ 2-201. Docketing the case.

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   (A) Perfecting the Appeal. The documents necessary to perfect an appeal as referenced in § 2-101(A) cannot be E-Filed to the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, but must be filed with the clerk of the trial court, either by E-Filing or by the procedure set forth in § 2-101(A).

   (B) Forwarding to Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. As allowed by the schedule implemented by the Supreme Court and when available electronically, the clerk of the trial court shall transmit the items specified in § 2-101(B) to the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals through System-To-System Transfer using JUSTICE procedures. The check required by § 2-101(B)(4) shall be processed as an ACH payment from the clerk of the trial court to the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.

   (C) [Reserved.]

   (D) [Reserved.]

   (E) [Reserved.]

   (F) Attorneys of Record. The withdrawal of appearance at the appellate level referenced in § 2-101(F)(1) may be E-Filed. Where E-Filing is used to file a withdrawal of appearance, service shall be made and proved through E‑Service.

   (G) [Reserved.] 

§ 2-201(A), (B), and (F) amended October 19, 2016.

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