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210 Pa. Code Rule 2175. Sequence of Material in the Reproduced Record.

Rule 2175. Sequence of Material in the Reproduced Record.

 (a)  General rule.—The portions of the record which are reproduced pursuant to these rules shall appear in the following order—headed in each case by the title of the particular material in distinctive type or in type distinctively displayed:

   (1)  The relevant docket entries and related matters. See Rule 2153 (docket entries and related matters).

   (2)  The other parts of the record, arranged chronologically.

 (b)  Orders and opinions.—The order or other determination in question and the opinions of the court or other tribunal below if reproduced as a part of the brief of the appellant in conformity with Rule 2111 (brief of the appellant), shall not be duplicated in the reproduced record, but in lieu thereof an appropriate cross reference note to the brief shall be set forth at the appropriate place in the reproduced record.

   Official Note

   A much simplified version of former Supreme Court Rule 41, former Superior Court Rule 33, and former Commonwealth Court Rule 86.

Source

   The provisions of this Rule 2175 amended May 16, 1979, effective September 30, 1979, 9 Pa.B. 1740. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (39640).



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