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I filled a motion to dismiss the appeal in my court case I

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I filled a motion to dismiss the appeal in my court case I just checked the case history website and saw this "CAR - Court Of Appeals Receipt". What does it mean?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Brandon M. replied 5 years ago.
Hello there:

When the court docket posts a "court of appeals receipt", it is an internal designation in the court's system. It usually means that the actual appeal has been received (as opposed to mere notice of the appeal), but it can be more generic. If you just filed a motion to dismiss, it could simply be the internal system's acknowledgment that a motion has been filed.
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