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Step 5: Docketing Statement A

What is Docketing Statement A?

It is a required form that the appellant must file to start an appeal. It contains important information about your appeal, including contact information for both parties and information about the Superior Court final judgment or order that you are appealing.

How do you fill it out?

Open the form:

Follow the instructions:

What should you do after filling out the Docketing Statement A?

This is Step 5 so keep reading and follow the remaining steps to start the appeal.

Rev. 28 December 2006
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