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RULES OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE -- PROBATE DIVISION 

Rule 74. PROCEDURE AFTER TRIAL - Final Judgment.

   
    In all actions in which an order or decree is entered or in which an action is dismissed, or in which any Motion is acted upon after order or decree, all appeals shall be deemed waived and judgment shall become final as follows in subparagraphs (a) or (b), unless the Court has otherwise ordered, unless a notice of an appeal has been filed with the Superior Court pursuant to RSA 547:11-d, or unless a notice of appeal has been filed with the Supreme Court pursuant to its Rule 7:

        (a) where no Motion, or an untimely filed Motion, has been filed after order or decree, on the thirty-first day from the date on the Register's written notice that the Court has made such order, decree or dismissal; or

        (b) where a timely filed Motion has been filed after order, decree or dismissal, on the thirty-first day from the date on the Register's written notice of the Court's action on the Motion.

The Court shall not grant any requests for extensions of time to file an appeal document in the Supreme Court or requests for late entry of an appeal document in the Supreme Court; such requests shall be filed with the Supreme Court.  See Supreme Court Rule 21(6).

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