A certificate of finality is the written notification by the clerk of the Appellate Court to the trial court and to involved parties- of the completion of the proceeding in the Appellate Court when review is not accepted.
The clerk of the Court of Appeals will issue the certificate of finality 30 days after the decision is filed unless (I) a motion to modify has been earlier filed or (ii) a motion for discretionary review to the supreme court has earlier been filed.
Corresponding RAP Rules: 12.5
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