Rule 8.836. Agreed statement
(a) What is an agreed statement
An agreed statement is a summary of the trial court proceedings that is agreed to by the parties. If the parties have prepared an agreed statement or stipulated to prepare one, the appellant can elect under rule 8.831 to use an agreed statement as the record of the documents filed in the trial court, replacing the clerk's transcript, and as the record of the oral proceedings in the trial court, replacing the reporter's transcript.
(b) Contents of an agreed statement
(1)The agreed statement must explain the nature of the action, the basis of the appellate division's jurisdiction, and the rulings of the trial court relating to the points to be raised on appeal. The statement should recite only those facts that a party considers relevant to decide the appeal and must be signed by the parties.
(2)If the agreed statement replaces a clerk's transcript, the statement must be accompanied by copies of all items required by rule 8.832(a)(1), showing the dates required by rule 8.832(a)(2).
(3)The statement may be accompanied by copies of any document includable in the clerk's transcript under rule 8.832(a)(3).
(c) Time to file; extension of time
(1)If an appellant indicates on its notice designating the record under rule 8.831 that it elects to use an agreed statement under this rule, the appellant must file with the notice designating the record either the agreed statement or a stipulation that the parties are attempting to agree on a statement.
(2)If the appellant files a stipulation under (1), within 30 days after filing the notice of designation under rule 8.831, the appellant must either:
(A)File the statement if the parties were able to agree on the statement; or
(B)File both a notice stating that the parties were not able to agree on the statement and a new notice designating the record under rule 8.831. In the new notice designating the record, the appellant may not elect to use an agreed statement.
Rule 8.836 adopted effective January 1, 2009.