Rule 7. Certification And Transmission Of Record.

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(a) Certification. The clerk of the circuit court that entered the judgment, decree, or order from which the appeal is taken shall certify the record as being a true and correct copy of the record as designated by the parties.
(b) Transmission. After the record has been duly certified by the clerk, it shall be the responsibility of the appellant to transmit such record to the clerk of the appellate court for filing and docketing.

History Text: 

History. Adopted and amended July 10, 1995, effective January 1, 1996; amended June 7, 2001, effective July 1, 2001

Associated Court Rules: 
Rules of Appellate Procedure—Civil