Rule 8.890. Remittitur
(a) Proceedings requiring issuance of remittitur
An appellate division must issue a remittitur after a decision in an appeal.
(b) Clerk's duties
(1)If an appellate division case is not transferred to the Court of Appeal under rule 8.1000 et seq., the appellate division clerk must:
(A)Issue a remittitur immediately after the Court of Appeal denies transfer or the period for granting transfer under rule 8.1008(a) expires if there will be no further proceedings in the appellate division;
(B)Send the remittitur to the trial court with a file-stamped copy of the opinion or order; and
(C)Return to the trial court with the remittitur all original records, exhibits, and documents sent to the appellate division in connection with the appeal, except any certification for transfer under rule 8.1005, the transcripts or statement on appeal, briefs, and the notice of appeal.
(2)If an appellate division case is transferred to a Court of Appeal under rule 8.1000 et seq., on receiving the Court of Appeal remittitur, the appellate division clerk must issue a remittitur and return documents to the trial court as provided in rule 8.1018.
(Subd (b) amended effective January 1, 2011.)
(c) Immediate issuance, stay, and recall
(1)The appellate division may direct immediate issuance of a remittitur only on the parties' stipulation or on dismissal of the appeal on the request or stipulation of the parties under rule 8.825(c)(2).
(2)On a party's or its own motion or on stipulation, and for good cause, the court may stay a remittitur's issuance for a reasonable period or order its recall.
(3)An order recalling a remittitur issued after a decision by opinion does not supersede the opinion or affect its publication status.
The remittitur is deemed issued when the clerk enters it in the record. The clerk must immediately send the parties notice of issuance of the remittitur, showing the date of entry.
Rule 8.890 amended effective January 1, 2011; adopted effective January 1, 2009.