The party seeking review must file with the appellate court and serve on all parties of record and all named court reporters a statement that arrangements have been made for the transcription of the report and file proof of service with the appellate court.
The statement of arrangements must be filed within 30 days after a notice of appeal was filed or discretionary review was granted.
A party must, after serving a statement of arrangements, pay costs of the verbatim report of proceedings at the time the verbatim report of proceedings is ordered. Failing to do so may result in sanctions as provided in RAP 18.9.
A party should include in the statement of arrangements a statement of the issues the party intends to present on review. A party should arrange for the transcription of all those portions of the verbatim report of proceedings necessary to present the issues raised on review. See RAP 9.2 for exceptions.
Corresponding RAP Rules: 9.2, 18.9
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