RULE 9.1 COMPOSITION OF RECORD ON REVIEW (a) Generally. The "record on review" may consist of (1) a "report of proceedings", (2) "clerk's papers", (3) exhibits, and (4) a certified record of administrative adjudicative proceedings. (b) Report of Proceedings. The report of any oral proceeding must be transcribed in the form of a typewritten report of proceedings. The report of proceedings may take the form of a "verbatim report of proceedings" as provided in rule 9.2, a "narrative report of proceedings" as provided in rule 9.3, or an "agreed report of proceedings" as provided in rule 9.4. (c) Clerk's Papers. The clerk's papers include the pleadings, orders, and other papers filed with the clerk of the trial court. (d) Avoid Duplication. Material appearing in one part of the record on review should not be duplicated in another part of the record on review. (e) Review of Superior Court Decision on Review of Decision of Court of Limited Jurisdiction. Upon review of a superior court decision reviewing a decision of a court of limited jurisdiction pursuant to rule 2.3(d), the record shall consist of the record of proceedings and the transcript of electronic record as defined in RALJ 6.1 and 6.3.1. When requested by the appellate court, the superior court shall transmit the original record of proceedings and transcript of electronic record as was considered by the superior court on the appeal from the decision of the court of limited jurisdiction. References Rule 13.7, Proceedings (in Supreme Court) After Acceptance of Review (of Court of Appeals decision), (a) Procedure. [Amended December 23, 2002; June 24, 2003.]
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