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Do I have to request the Record on Appeal?


Yes. The person appealing (the appellant) must request the Record on Appeal by filing the form: Request for Preparation of Record on Appeal (CCA 0025).  Failure to request preparation of the Record in a timely manner, i.e., at least 30 days before it is due to the Appellate Court, may require the Appellant to file a request for extension of time with the Appellate Court. 

The Civil Appeals Division will not prepare a Record on Appeal unless that form has been filed. A deposit of $110, to be applied against the final fee due, is required.

This deposit covers the first 100 pages of the Record on Appeal.  Records over 100 pages will incur additional costs and the appellant will be notified of the balance when the Record is completed.