Respondents Notice Designating Record On Appeal (Limited Civil Case) {APP-110} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | California

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Last updated: 1/1/2024

Respondents Notice Designating Record On Appeal (Limited Civil Case) {APP-110}

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APP-110 - RESPONDENT'S NOTICE DESIGNATION RECORD ON APPEAL (Limited Civil Case). This form is used to tell the trial court in a limited civil case in which another party is appealing that you want more to be included in the official record for the Superior Court Appellate Division of what happened in the case. Use this form only if you are a respondent in the appeal (a party in a case who received a notice that another party in that case is appealing). Instructions • This form is only for choosing (“designating”) the record on appeal in a limited civil case. Note that any rules referenced in this form are to the California Rules of Court. • Before you fill out this form, read Information on Appeal Procedures for Limited Civil Cases (form APP-101-INFO) to know your rights and responsibilities. • Fill out this form and make a copy of the completed form for your records and for each of the other parties. • Serve a copy of the completed form on each of the other parties and keep proof of this service. You can get information about how to serve court papers and proof of service from What Is Proof of Service? (form APP-109-INFO). • Take or mail the original completed form and proof of service on the other parties to the clerk’s office for the same court that issued the judgment or order that is being appealed. It is a good idea to take or mail an extra copy to the clerk and ask the clerk to stamp it to show that the original has been filed. Judicial Council of California, Revised January 1, 2024, Optional Form, Cal. Rules of Court, rules 8.831, 8.832, 8.834.

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