RULE 6.2 TRANSMITTAL OF RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS (a) Transmittal Generally. The party seeking review shall, within 14 days of filing the notice of appeal, serve on all other parties and file with the clerk of the court of limited jurisdiction a designation of those portions of the record that the party wants the clerk to transmit to the superior court. Any party may supplement the designation of the record prior to or with the party's last brief. Thereafter, a party may supplement the designation only by order of the superior court, upon motion. Each party is encouraged to designate only documents and exhibits needed to review the issues presented to the superior court. Within 14 days after the designation is filed, the clerk of the court of limited jurisdiction shall prepare the record and notify each party that the record is ready to transmit and the amount to be paid by each party. Each party shall pay for the cost of preparing the portion of the record designated by that party within 10 days of the clerk's notification, unless the party has been excused from paying by the court. Promptly after receiving payment, or after preparing the record in cases where payment is excused, the clerk of the court of limited jurisdiction shall certify that the record is true and complete, transmit it to the superior court, and notify the parties that the record has been transmitted. (b) Cumbersome Exhibits. The clerk of the court of limited jurisdiction shall notify the superior court of exhibits which are difficult or unusually expensive to transmit. The exhibits shall be transmitted only if the superior court directs or if a party makes arrangements with the clerk to transmit the exhibits at the expense of the party requesting the transfer of exhibits.
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