See the blog post: "What is required to perfect an appeal?" and note this statement:If the proper post-judgment motion has been filed, or in some circumstances, if a request for findings of fact and conclusions of law was made within 20 days, the notice of appeal will be due 90 days after the judgment was signed.The original jugment order was signed on May 17th, by trial court. The request for findings of fact and conclusions of law was filed within the 20 day time limit, so it appears that the deadline for filing a notice of appeal is 90 days from the date the trial court signed the order denying findings of fact and conclusions of law (which was August 19th).
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