A party seeking costs on review must file a cost bill with the Appellate Court and serve a copy of the cost bill on all parties within 10 days after the filing of an Appellate Court decision terminating review. If a party seeks costs for an expense incurred after the time to file a cost bill has expired, that party must serve on all parties and file a supplemental cost bill with the appellate court within 10 days after the expense was incurred.
In the absence of that stipulation, and except to the extent that the mandate is stayed as provided in rule 12.6, the clerk will issue the mandate: 30 days after the decision is filed- unless a motion for reconsideration for the decision has been earlier filed, a petition for review to the Supreme Court has been earlier filed, or the decision is a ruling of the commissioner or clerk and a motion to modify the ruling has been earlier filed.
Corresponding RAP Rules: 14.1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.4, 14.5, 14.6 (esp.14.4)
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