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California Forms of Pleading and Practice--Annotated
Copyright 2017, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.

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Appeal: Notice of Appeal


Expert Practitioners, Judges, and the Matthew Bender Editorial Staff

Chapter Summary


This chapter discusses the procedure for filing and serving notice of appeal in the superior court, which initiates the appeal in the appropriate district of the court of appeal, as well as related proceedings to file docketing statements, when required, and to consolidate related appeals.

This chapter also discusses in detail the judgments and orders that are appealable, from which a notice of appeal may properly be taken.

The chapter includes a Research Guide, Procedural Checklists, and several forms, including a notice of appeal, a notice of cross appeal, a civil case information statement, notices of appeal from particular types of judgments or orders, and a stipulation and motion for consolidation of appeals.

Providing detailed analysis of the law along with timesaving forms, checklists and research guides, California Forms of Pleading and Practice is the leading source for up-to-date guidance on all aspects of civil actions and proceedings from pleadings to appeal. California Forms of Pleading and Practice is updated to reflect all relevant California and federal legislation, administrative regulations and procedures, judicial decisions, and shifts in the general business environment. New developments are integrated into text and forms with unparalleled quality and timeliness.


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For discussion relating to the overall procedures for civil appeal, see Chapter 40, Appeal: An Overview.

For discussion in determining the legal likelihood of success in taking an appeal (generally applicable rules of appellate review, standards of review, rules governing application of substantive law, and rules governing publication and citability of appellate opinions), see Chapter 41, Appeal: Review Standards and Appellate Rules of Law.

For discussion and forms concerning proceedings to stay the enforcement or execution of a judgment or order pending its review on appeal, see Chapter 43, Appeal: Stay of Proceedings.

For discussion and a form of complaint against an attorney for malpractice based on failure to perfect an appeal, see Chapter 76, Attorney Professional Liability.

For discussion and forms relating to review of nonappealable judgments and orders, see Chapter 358, Mandate and Prohibition.

For discussion and forms relating to notices of appeals taken in limited civil cases to the appellate division of the superior court (as distinguished from notices of appeal taken from the superior courts to the court of appeal), see Chapter 345A, Limited Civil Cases.


For discussion and forms relating to civil appellate practice in the federal courts, see Moore's, Federal Practice (Matthew Bender), Chapter 201.

For discussion and forms relating to California criminal, as distinguished from civil, appeals, see California Criminal Defense Practice (Matthew Bender), Chapter 101, Appeal.

For discussion on motions for a new trial, including procedural rules for new trial motions and their effect on subsequent appeals, see California Trial Guide, Chapter 92 (Matthew Bender).
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