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Click to open document 11/08/2018 PETITION-AMENDMENT TO RULES (APPELLATE) PT Amendments To The Florida Rules Of Appellate Procedure APPELLA BY: CH Courtney Rebecca Brewer 890901 Filed as Motion for Rehearing with Appendices A and B in SC17-882 and treated as out-of-cycle report on November 20, 2018.
11/19/2018 No Fee Required
Click to open document 11/20/2018 ORDER-OTHER SUBSTANTIVE Order issued in SC17-882: The Appellate Court Rules Committee's "Motion for Rehearing" filed in the above styled case seeking newly proposed amendments to language added to Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 9.146 and 9.210 in In re Amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure -2017 Regular-Cycle Report, 43 Fla. L. Weekly S508 (Fla. Oct 25, 2018) is hereby denied. The Court has treated the motion as a proper out-of-cycle report and a new case styled In Re: Amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure 9.146 and 9.210, Case No. SC18-1917 has been set up. See Fla. R. Jud. Admin. 2.140(e)(1).
Click to open document 12/06/2018 DISP-AMENDED/ADOPTED FSC-OPINION: Accordingly, we amend the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure as set forth in the appendix to this opinion. New language is indicated by underscoring; deletions are indicated by struck-through type. The amendments shall become effective on January 1, 2019, at 12:03 a.m. Because the amendments were not published for comment prior to their adoption, interested persons shall have seventy-five days from the date of this opinion in which to file comments with the Court. It is so ordered.
Click to open document 12/07/2018 LETTER-BAR NEWS PUBLICATION REQUEST For publication in the January 1, 2019, Bar News with comments due February 19, 2019
Click to open document 12/28/2018 PUBLISH FULL
Click to open document 02/28/2019 ORDER-CASE FINAL No comments having been filed on the amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure adopted in this Court's opinion dated December 6, 2018, this case is hereby final.