Rule 8.406. Time to appeal
(a) Normal time
(1) Except as provided in (2) and (3), a notice of appeal must be filed within 60 days after the rendition of the judgment or the making of the order being appealed.
(2)In matters heard by a referee not acting as a temporary judge, a notice of appeal must be filed within 60 days after the referee's order becomes final under rule 5.540(c).
(3)When an application for rehearing of an order of a referee not acting as a temporary judge is denied under rule 5.542, a notice of appeal from the referee's order must be filed within 60 days after that order is served under rule 5.538(b)(3) or 30 days after entry of the order denying rehearing, whichever is later.
If an appellant timely appeals from a judgment or appealable order, the time for any other party to appeal from the same judgment or order is either the time specified in (a) or 20 days after the superior court clerk mails notification of the first appeal, whichever is later.
(c) No extension of time; late notice of appeal
Except as provided in rule 8.66, no court may extend the time to file a notice of appeal. The superior court clerk must mark a late notice of appeal "Received [date] but not filed," notify the party that the notice was not filed because it was late, and send a copy of the marked notice of appeal to the district appellate project.
(Subd (c) relettered effective July 1, 2010; adopted as subd (d) effective July 1, 2010.)
(d) Premature notice of appeal
A notice of appeal is premature if filed before the judgment is rendered or the order is made, but the reviewing court may treat the notice as filed immediately after the rendition of judgment or the making of the order.
(Subd (d) relettered effective July 1, 2010; adopted as subd (e) effective July 1, 2010.)
Rule 8.406 amended effective July 1, 2010; adopted effective July 1, 2010.
Advisory Committee Comment
Subdivision (c). See rule 8.25(b)(5) for provisions concerning the timeliness of documents mailed by inmates or patients from custodial institutions.