CHC 333     

Art. 333.  Perfecting the appeal

A.  An appeal is taken by obtaining an order therefor from the court which rendered the judgment.

B.  An order of appeal may be granted on oral motion in open court, on written motion, or on petition.  The order shall show the return day of the appeal in the appellate court.

C.  When the order is granted, the clerk of court shall mail a notice of appeal to counsel of record for all parties represented by counsel, and to parties not represented by counsel.  Upon request, notice shall be mailed to counsel for the party seeking the appeal.

Acts 1991, No. 235, §3, eff. Jan. 1, 1992.