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210 Pa. Code Rule 312. Interlocutory Appeals by Permission.

Rule 312. Interlocutory Appeals by Permission.

 An appeal from an interlocutory order may be taken by permission pursuant to Chapter 13 (interlocutory appeals by permission).


   This rule does not apply to an order granting or denying an application filed with the trial court under Pa.R.A.P. 1732(a) (stays or injunctions pending appeal). Any further relief may be sought directly from the appellate court under Pa.R.A.P. 1732(b). See In re Passarelli Trust, 231 A.3d 969 (Pa. Super. 2020).


   The provisions of this Rule 312 amended September 8, 2022, effective January 2, 2023, 52 Pa.B. 6036. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (404392).

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