Written notice of intent to appeal a decision/order of a Family Court judge. An appeal shall be taken by filing the original notice of appeal with the clerk of the Family Court in which the order was made.
A document filed in the trial court that lets the court know that you intend to appeal the decision the court made. This document also asks the trial court to prepare the clerkâ€™s record and the transcript, if necessary.
If an application is rejected, the applicant may file an appeal to have its rejection reviewed. The applicant must file a Notice of Appeal to the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences if he or she desires to initiate an appeal. Once the Notice of Appeal is filed, the applicant will have two months to file an Appeal Brief stating the specific nature of the appeal.
a notice to the opposing party that an appeal of the court proceedings will be taken. The notice must be served and filed within 30 days of service of the order or judgment appealed from with written notice of entry.
A filing required to appeal a ruling made by a lower court. In Iowa, the notice of appeal is filed with the clerk of district court in the county where decision being appealed from is entered, a copy must be served on the other parties, and the clerk of district court sends a copy to the clerk of the supreme court.