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RULES OF THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

PROCEDURAL RULES 1 TO 34

Rule 4. Types of Cases.

Cases from the superior court, the probate court, and the district courts shall be entered upon the filing of an interlocutory transfer without ruling, an interlocutory appeal with ruling, or upon the filing of a notice of appeal after a decision on the merits.

Cases from administrative agencies shall be entered upon the filing of an interlocutory transfer without ruling or upon the filing of an appeal by petition.

Cases requesting the supreme court to exercise its original jurisdiction shall be entered upon the filing of a petition.

Cases heretofore entered from courts by reserved cases and bills of exceptions shall be entered by interlocutory transfers without ruling, by interlocutory appeals with ruling, or by notices of appeal, as the cases may warrant. Cases heretofore entered from courts and administrative agencies by certification of questions of law shall be entered by interlocutory transfers without ruling.

Cases entered by the Governor and Council or by either house of the legislature as requests for advisory opinions shall be entered as requests of the respective bodies.


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