Rules of Procedure | Arizona

Arizona Rules of of Civil Appellate Procedure | Rule 11 Record on Appeal

(a) Composition of Record on Appeal; Transmission of Record. (1) The record on appeal to the appellate court shall be the official documents, exhibits, minute entries, and other objects filed with the clerk of the superior court…

Arizona Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure | Rule 13 Content of Briefs

(a) Brief of the Appellant. The brief of the appellant shall concisely and clearly set forth under the appropriate headings and in the order here indicated: 1. A table of contents with page references. 2. A table of citations, which…

Arizona Civil Rules of Appellate Procedure | Rule 18 Oral Argument

An appeal may be scheduled for oral argument if, on or before the earlier of the ten (10) days after the date the reply brief is due or filed, a party files with the Court of Appeals a separate instrument requesting oral argument…

Arizona Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure | Rule 23 Petition for Review

(a) Time for Filing; Cross-Petition; Extension of Time. Within 30 days after the Court of Appeals issues its decision, any party may file a petition for review with the clerk of the Supreme Court; provided that, if a motion for reconsideration has been filed…

Arizona Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure | Rule 8 Appeal

(a) Filing the Notice of Appeal. An appeal or cross-appeal permitted by law from a superior court to an appellate court shall be taken by filing a notice of appeal with the clerk of the superior court within the time allowed by Rule 9…

Arizona Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure | Rule 9 Appeal Timeline

(a) Time; Personal Representatives; Cross-Appeal. A notice of appeal required by Rule 8 shall be filed with the clerk of the superior court not later than 30 days after the entry of the judgment from which the appeal is taken, unless a different time…

Arizona Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure | Rule 22 Motions to Reconsider

(a) Necessity. The filing of a motion for reconsideration in the Court of Appeals is not a prerequisite to the filing of a petition for review pursuant to Rule 23. (b) Time for Filing; Response. Any party desiring reconsideration of a decision of an appellate court…

Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure | Rule 49 Mandatory Disclosure

The requirements of this rule are minimum disclosure requirements for every family law case. Unless otherwise provided for in this rule, agreed to by the parties or ordered by the court, within forty (40) days after the filing of a response to an initial petition…

Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure | Rule 57 Deposition

A. When Depositions May Be Taken. After commencement of the action, the testimony of parties or their current spouses, or any expert witnesses expected to be called, may be taken by deposition upon oral examination. Depositions of document custodians…

Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure | Rule 61 Interrogatories

A. Presumptive Limitations. Except as provided in these rules, a party shall not serve upon any other party more than forty (40) interrogatories, which may be any combination of uniform or non-uniform interrogatories. Any uniform interrogatory…

Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure | Rule 62 Production of Documents

A. Scope. Any party may serve on any other party requests (1) to produce and permit the party making the request, or someone acting on the requester’s behalf, to inspect, copy, test or sample any designated documents or electronically stored…

Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure | Rule 64 Requests for Admission

A. Request for Admission Regarding Authenticity of Documents. A party may serve upon any other party a written request for the admission, for purposes of the pending action only, of the truth of any matters within the scope of Rule 51(B) set forth in the request…

Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure | Rule 69 Binding Agreements

A. An Agreement between the parties shall be valid and binding if 1. the agreement is in writing, or 2. the terms of the agreement are set forth on the record before a judge, commissioner, judge pro tempore, court reporter, or other person authorized…