The parties may prepare and sign an agreed report of proceedings setting forth only so many of the facts averred and proved or sought to be proved as are essential to the decision of the issues presented for review. The agreed report of proceedings must include only matters that were actually on trial before the trial court.
If the parties seeking review intend to provide an agreed report of the proceedings, the parties should arrange for transcription of and payment for an original and one copy of the report within 45 days after the notice of appeal was filed or discretionary review was granted.
An agreed report should be in the same form as a verbatim report, as provided in RAP 9.2 e & f. The court reporter or other authorized transcriber shall include at the beginning of each volume of the agreed report a title page and table of contents. The title page shall include:
The table of contents shall follow the title page and shall indicate where the following appear:
Format Specifications: Same as verbatim report, see RAP 9.2 e & f, 9.3.
Corresponding RAP Rules: 9.2, 9.3, 9.4, 18.9.
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