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RULE 7-105. STRIKING OF NOTICE OF APPEAL BY DISTRICT COURT

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West's Annotated Code of Maryland
Maryland Rules
Title 7. Appellate and Other Judicial Review in Circuit Court
Chapter 100. Appeals from the District Court to the Circuit Court
MD Rules, Rule 7-105
RULE 7-105. STRIKING OF NOTICE OF APPEAL BY DISTRICT COURT
(a) Generally. On motion or on its own initiative, the District Court may strike a notice of appeal (1) that has not been filed within the time prescribed by Rule 7-104, (2) if the clerk of the District Court has prepared the record pursuant to Rule 7-109 and the appellant has failed to pay for the record, (3) if the appellant has failed to deposit with the clerk of the District Court the transcript costs or filing fee required by Rule 7-103(c), or (4) if by reason of any other neglect on the part of the appellant the record has not been transmitted to the circuit court within the time prescribed in Rule 7-108.
(b) Notice. Before the District Court strikes a notice of appeal on its own initiative, the clerk of that court shall serve on all parties pursuant to Rule 1-321 a notice that an order striking the notice of appeal will be entered unless a response is filed within 15 days after service showing good cause why the notice of appeal should not be stricken.
Source: This Rule is in part derived from former Rule 1313 and in part new.

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[Adopted March 30, 1993, eff. July 1, 1993.]
MD Rules, Rule 7-105, MD R CIR CT Rule 7-105
Current with amendments received through May 15, 2022. Some sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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