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In the 4th District, the Court will allow a motion to reinstate the appeal.
If the matter is dismissed, the court may, upon a motion, reinstate the appeal if there is a good reason why the payment is late. (CRC rule 8.100(c).) If the court grants the motion to reinstate the appeal, it gives a specific time for payment(s) to be made.
As you are going to be working with the 4th District throughout your matter, I would strongly advise that you review this Court's webpage specific to their self-help booklet as it has tips and legal resources to assist you - all specific to that district: http://www.courts.ca.gov/8676.htm
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Hello Mr. B,
The superior court wanted for two fees and the appellate court wanted money for one fee. The superior court wanted money to prepare the clerk's transcript and the reporter's transcript. The appellate court wanted money for the $775 filing fee. The fees for preparing the clerk's transcript and the $775 filing fee were waived by both the superior and appellate courts. The fee that was not waived was the reporter's transcript. I believe that the rule 8.100(c) refers to the $775 filing fee due to the appellate court, which has been waived.
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