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

Rule 79. INTERLOCUTORY TRANSFERS AND APPEALS TO THE SUPREME COURT - Procedure.

    
    Whenever any question of law is to be transferred by interlocutory appeal from a ruling or by interlocutory transfer without ruling, the moving Party shall file with the Register the interlocutory appeal statement or interlocutory transfer statement pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 8 or Supreme Court Rule 9, and after the Court has signed the statement, the moving Party shall file the number of copies required by the rules of the Supreme Court with the clerk thereof.    

    After a decision on the merits, all appeals shall be deemed waived and judgment shall become final on the thirty-first day from the date on the Register's written notice of the decision, unless the party aggrieved enters a notice of appeal in the Supreme Court within thirty (30) days from the date on the Register's notice, pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 7, and files the number of copies required by the rules of the Supreme Court with the clerk thereof. The definition of "decision on the merits" includes decisions on Motions made after an order, opinion, or decree. Timely filed post-trial Motions stay the running of the appeal period.    

    Whenever any notice of appeal is filed pursuant to the provisions of RSA 567-A, the appealing Party shall give notice thereof forthwith to all Parties or to their Attorneys in accordance with rules of the Supreme Court.

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