Thank you for your answer, always appreciated.We are in time, the final order was filed on June 14th.So basically, I understood I need to go to the lower court and file with the specialized clerk there, but does it require to serve the notice before to my opponent ?
Ok, so in this case do I need to file first with the specialized clerk or can I serve today and file tomorrow ?
as long as all were entered within 30 days prior to the date of the noticeSorry, I realize here that my question is not exactly answered.What I mean is this : there has been orders ruling various motions all the way before the final order. However, as per FL. appellate rules, these are normally being tolled and appealed to after the final order, within the 30 days of it, even if these orders were issued before . The question is should these be listed separately on my notice of appeal ?
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