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Rule 8001-1. Governing Rules

Appeals to the bankruptcy appellate panel are governed by the local rules of the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the Eighth Circuit. Appeals to the district court are governed by this Part of these rules.

Rule 8003-1. [ABROGATED]

Rule 8005-1. [ABROGATED]

Rule 8006-2. [ABROGATED]

Rule 8007-1. [ABROGATED]

Rule 8009-1. Designation of Record on Appeal

(a) SEPARATE APPENDICES.  Unless the district court orders otherwise, the parties shall serve and file with the clerk of the district court, in lieu of a designated record, their separate appendices along with their respective briefs. The parties also shall arrange for the clerk of the bankruptcy court to transmit transcripts or exhibits separately to the clerk of the district court.

(b) TRANSCRIPTS.  If the appellant or other party designates any transcript of proceedings or any part thereof, the party shall order a transcript and file with the clerk of the bankruptcy court a copy of the transcript order as required by Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 8009(b)(1)(A), and if no such transcript is to be ordered, file with the clerk of the bankruptcy court a certification to that effect.

NOTE: This rule is promulgated by the district court.

Rule 8010-1. Transmission of Record - Appeal

For purposes of Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 8010(b)(1), the record is considered complete when the parties’ designations of record, statements of the issues, and any transcripts have been filed, or 45 days after the filing of the notice of appeal, whichever is earlier.

NOTE: This rule is promulgated by the district court.
 

Rule 8010-3. [ABROGATED]

 

Rule 8011-1. [ABROGATED]

Rule 8024-1. Entry of Judgment and Notice

Subject to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 8025(a), the clerk of bankruptcy court shall file and enter the judgment and any opinion on the docket of the case or proceeding and the bankruptcy court shall enter such further order or judgment as may be appropriate. If judgment of the district court is appealed to the court of appeals, upon receipt of a copy of the judgment and any opinion by the court of appeals from the clerk of the court of appeals under Fed. R. App. P. 36, but subject to Fed. R. App. P. 41 , the clerk of bankruptcy court shall file and enter the judgment, mandate and any opinion on the docket of the case or proceeding, and the bankruptcy court shall enter such further order or judgment as may be appropriate.

NOTE: This rule is promulgated by the district court.