LRALJ 1 FAILURE TO DESIGNATE THE RECORD The Court will advise Superior Court in writing if a party fails to designate the portions of the record necessary for review as provided in RALJ 6.2(a). Failure to designate the record may be considered a failure to diligently pursue the appeal and cause the Court to revoke any stay of enforcement of the judgment under RALJ 4.2 and RALJ 4.3. At the time notice of failure to designate the record is transmitted to Superior Court, the Clerk shall also send notice to the parties of a hearing at which the Court shall consider revocation of the stay due to the failure to diligently pursue the appeal.
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