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Certificate Of Filing And Delivery 110B - Minnesota

Certificate Of Filing And Delivery Form. This is a Minnesota form and can be used in Appellate Law Statewide .
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FORM 110B. CERTIFICATE OF FILING AND DELIVERY (to be filed with the clerk of the appellate courts promptly after filing and delivery of the transcript) STATE OF MINNESOTA COUNTY OF______________ CASE TITLE: ______________DISTRICT COURT ____________JUDICIAL DISTRICT Plaintiff. vs. CERTIFICATE OF FILING AND DELIVERY _______ Supreme Court _______ Court of Appeals APPELLATE COURT CASE NUMBER: Defendant. TRIAL COURT CASE NUMBER: TO: Clerk of the Appellate Courts Minnesota Judicial Center St. Paul, MN 55155 A transcript of the proceedings held on _____________________________ in the aboveentitled action was filed with the trial court administrator on _________________. The transcript was delivered to counsel of record on _____________________ by _______________________ ______________. The transcript was delivered to the following recipients: _________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ DATED: ________________________________ SIGNATURE OF COURT REPORTER _____________________________________________________ ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER cc: Trial Court Administrator of Record All Counsel of Record ____________________ American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com (Rule 110.02, subd. 2(b), requires the filing of a certificate to document the filing and delivery of the transcript. The certificate must specify the date the transcript was filed with the trial court administrator and the date and method of delivery of the transcript to counsel of record. The original copy of the certificate shall be filed with the clerk of the appellate courts, with a copy to the trial court administrator and all counsel of record and shall be filed with the clerk of the appellate courts immediately after filing and delivery of the transcript.) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com
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