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Appellate Rules Annotated, 2016 ed. (Vol. 3, Minnesota Practice Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2016
ISBN: 9780314841681
Service #: 12093995
Sub #: 12093994
Pages: 1152
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Replacement pamphlets

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Appellate Rules Annotated, 2016 ed. (Vol. 3, Minnesota Practice Series)

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Explains the purpose and construction of the rules against the background of case law and statutes pertinent to each rule. Includes practical observations, plus chronological and topical summaries to aid appellate attorneys in processing their cases. Each section ends with a collection of suggested general reading for further background on selected topics. A large volume of cases pass through the Appellate Court each year, giving rise to an almost unprecedented number of written opinions. The result of this activity is a tremendous volume of appellate law, both substantive and procedural. This edition addresses the changes, and guides you through them.

Features

  • Provides details on the court's ongoing efforts to clarify its procedure
  • Includes new rules with respect to the time for appeal in family law matters
  • Expanded author's comments give extensive substantive and procedural discussion, and add numerous cross-references for ease of use
  • Includes decisions reviewable by Certiorari to the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court
  • Features appeals from judgments and orders
  • Information on new procedures, including conditional petitions for Supreme Court review