LRALJ 4.1 AUTHORITY OF COURT PENDING APPEAL (a) Superior Court. After a notice of appeal has been filed the clerk of the superior court will schedule the following dates from the date of filing: (1) 45 Days. For the receipt of appellant's brief and a transcript of the record [See RALJ 6.3 and 7.2(a)]. If the appellant has not filed a brief and transcript the clerk will move to dismiss the appeal for lack of prosecution in accordance with LRALJ 10.2(a). (2) 75 Days. For the receipt of the respondent's brief [See RALJ 7.2(b)]. On the 76th day from the date of filing a Notice of Appeal the clerk will prepare and transmit a notice to the Court Administrator. The Court Administrator will mail a Note for Appeal Assignment (form JRA–08.0100–1/81) to the lawyer for each party or any party appearing pro se assigning said case to an individual judge. Amended Effective 9/1/99
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