Form CV/R-162 "Notice of Appeal" - Maine

What Is Form CV/R-162?

This is a legal form that was released by the State of Maine Judicial Branch - a government authority operating within Maine. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on December 1, 2018;
  • The latest edition provided by the State of Maine Judicial Branch;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
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  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

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STATE OF MAINE
☐ UNIFIED CRIMINAL DOCKET
County:_________________
☐ SUPERIOR COURT
Location:________________
☐ DISTRICT COURT
Docket No:______________
v.
NOTICE OF APPEAL
Civil
Criminal
I,
(name of party appealing), appeal from the judgment, order or
ruling entered in this proceeding on
(date of order appealed from). Any party who
wishes to be heard on this appeal must file an appearance.
This is a civil appeal.
This case arises from the Maine Tort Claims Act requiring the clerk to send a copy of this
Notice of Appeal to the Office of the Attorney General.
If this is a criminal appeal, check one of the following:
The defendant is presently confined at
The defendant is not in custody. The defendant’s address is
CHECK APPLICABLE BOX:
The Transcript Order form is attached.
No transcript will be ordered.
No electronic or other recording of the proceedings can be prepared for this civil case.
Therefore, a statement in lieu of transcript will be prepared pursuant to M.R.App.P. 5 (d).
Date:
Signature of Appellant or Appellant’s Attorney
Address of Appellant or Attorney:
Printed name of Appellant or Appellant’s Attorney
If attorney, bar number:
THIS NOTICE OF APPEAL MUST BE FILED IN THE COURT THAT ISSUED THE
ORDER APPEALED FROM. IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED OR DOCKETED UNLESS
(1) IN A CIVIL CASE, IT IS ACCOMPANIED BY THE REQUIRED FILING FEE OR A
MOTION TO WAIVE THE FILING FEE, AND (2) IF THE APPELLANT IS
REPRESENTED, IT CONTAINS THE BAR NUMBER OF APPELLANT’S ATTORNEY.
NOTICE: If this is an appeal from a civil case or a criminal case involving an adult defendant,
this notice must be filed within 21 days of the entry of the judgment in the docket. If this is an
appeal from a case involving the extradition of a fugitive to another state, this notice must be
filed within 7 days of the entry of the judgment in the docket.
Warning: Small Claims, Forcible Entry & Detainer and Juvenile matters have differing time
limits for filing a Notice of Appeal. If this is an appeal from a Small Claims, Forcible Entry
and Detainer or Juvenile matter, another form must be used which is available from the clerk.
CV/R-162, Rev. 12/18
STATE OF MAINE
☐ UNIFIED CRIMINAL DOCKET
County:_________________
☐ SUPERIOR COURT
Location:________________
☐ DISTRICT COURT
Docket No:______________
v.
NOTICE OF APPEAL
Civil
Criminal
I,
(name of party appealing), appeal from the judgment, order or
ruling entered in this proceeding on
(date of order appealed from). Any party who
wishes to be heard on this appeal must file an appearance.
This is a civil appeal.
This case arises from the Maine Tort Claims Act requiring the clerk to send a copy of this
Notice of Appeal to the Office of the Attorney General.
If this is a criminal appeal, check one of the following:
The defendant is presently confined at
The defendant is not in custody. The defendant’s address is
CHECK APPLICABLE BOX:
The Transcript Order form is attached.
No transcript will be ordered.
No electronic or other recording of the proceedings can be prepared for this civil case.
Therefore, a statement in lieu of transcript will be prepared pursuant to M.R.App.P. 5 (d).
Date:
Signature of Appellant or Appellant’s Attorney
Address of Appellant or Attorney:
Printed name of Appellant or Appellant’s Attorney
If attorney, bar number:
THIS NOTICE OF APPEAL MUST BE FILED IN THE COURT THAT ISSUED THE
ORDER APPEALED FROM. IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED OR DOCKETED UNLESS
(1) IN A CIVIL CASE, IT IS ACCOMPANIED BY THE REQUIRED FILING FEE OR A
MOTION TO WAIVE THE FILING FEE, AND (2) IF THE APPELLANT IS
REPRESENTED, IT CONTAINS THE BAR NUMBER OF APPELLANT’S ATTORNEY.
NOTICE: If this is an appeal from a civil case or a criminal case involving an adult defendant,
this notice must be filed within 21 days of the entry of the judgment in the docket. If this is an
appeal from a case involving the extradition of a fugitive to another state, this notice must be
filed within 7 days of the entry of the judgment in the docket.
Warning: Small Claims, Forcible Entry & Detainer and Juvenile matters have differing time
limits for filing a Notice of Appeal. If this is an appeal from a Small Claims, Forcible Entry
and Detainer or Juvenile matter, another form must be used which is available from the clerk.
CV/R-162, Rev. 12/18