Petitions for Rehearing in the Court of Appeal


After the Court of Appeal issues a decision, a party disappointed with

the result may wish to file a petition for rehearing. This article

provides an overview of the grounds and considerations for such

petitions, as well as a summary of deadlines for rehearing briefs and

the potential means by which the court may dispose of such petitions.

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