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§ 2-201. Docketing the case.

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   (A) Perfecting the Appeal. The documents necessary to perfect an appeal as referenced in § 2-101(A) cannot be filed through appellate E-Filing but must be filed with the clerk of the trial court, either by trial E-Filing or by the procedure set forth in § 2-101(A).

   (B) Forwarding to Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. The clerk of the trial court shall transmit the items specified in § 2-101(B) to the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals through System-To-System Transfer using JUSTICE procedures. The check required by § 2-101(B)(4) shall be processed as an ACH payment from the clerk of the trial court to the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.

   (C) [Reserved.]

   (D) [Reserved.]

   (E) [Reserved.]

   (F) Attorneys of Record.

   (1) The withdrawal of appearance at the appellate level referenced in § 2-101(F)(1) may be filed through appellate E-Filing in the format specified by § 2-200(E)(2) and served through appellate E‑Service.

   (2) All registered attorneys of record are required to keep the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals advised of their current e-mail address during the pendency of an appeal in the Supreme Court or Court of Appeals for use in notification of all court orders. See § 2-220(C).

   (G) [Reserved.] 

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