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Rule 4.01A

Rule 4.01A: Interlocutory Appeal in Civil Case Under K.S.A. 60-223(f)

Section Appellate Practice
(a)   Application; Filing and Service. No later than 14 days after an order is entered from which an appeal is sought under K.S.A. 60-223(f), an application for permission to take the appeal must be:

(1)   filed with the clerk of the appellate courts along with the required docket fee; and

(2)   served on all other parties to the district court action.

(b)   Docketing of Application. An application under this rule will be docketed as a regular appeal to the Court of Appeals.

(c)   Application; Contents. An application under this rule must:

(1)   state the relevant facts, including:

(A)   the facts necessary to understand the question presented;

(B)   the question itself;

(C)   the relief sought;

(D)   the reasons why the appeal should be allowed;

(E)   the nature of the district court proceedings; and

(F)   a brief history of the proceedings, including all important dates;

(2)   include as an attachment a file-stamped certified copy of the order from which the appeal is sought to be taken.

(d)   Response. A party may serve and file a response to an application under this rule no later than 7 days after being served with the application. The application and response will be submitted without oral argument.

(e)   Notice of Appeal Not Required. A notice of appeal need not be filed. The date when the order granting permission to appeal is entered serves as the date of the notice of appeal for calculating time under these rules.

(f)   Docketing the Appeal. If permission to appeal is granted, no additional docket fee will be charged, and the record on appeal will be filed under the docket number assigned to the application. The appeal is deemed docketed when—no later than 21 days after the order granting permission to appeal is entered—the following are filed with the clerk of the appellate courts:

(1)   a copy of a request for transcript filed under Rule 3.03, a written statement that no transcript will be requested, or a certificate of completion of the transcript; and

(2)   the docketing statement required by Rule 2.041.

[History: New rule adopted effective July 1, 2012; Am. (a) and (f) effective December 19, 2016.]

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