IN RE AMENDMENT TO ARKANSAS SUPREME COURT ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 2(b)(4) (Per Curiam)

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Cite as 2017 Ark. 340 SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS Opinion Delivered December 7, 2017 IN RE AMENDMENT TO ARKANSAS SUPREME COURT ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 2(b)(4) PER CURIAM We amend Arkansas Supreme Court Administrative Order No. 2(b)(4) and republish it as set out below. The amendment is effective immediately. The changes are illustrated in the footnote.1 Administrative Order Number 2. Dockets and Other Records ... (b) Judgments and Orders. ... (4) A judge may make any order effective immediately by signing it, noting the time and date thereon, and marking or stamping it Afiled in open court@ or Afiled by Judge.@Any 1 (4) At any time that the clerk's office is not open for business, and upon an express finding of extraordinary circumstances set forth in an order, a Any judge may make any order effective immediately by signing it, noting the time and date thereon, and marking or stamping it Afiled in open court@ or Afiled by Judge.@ Any such order shall be filed file-marked with the clerk no later than on the next day on which the clerk=s office is open, and this filing date shall control all appeal-related deadlines pursuant to Rule 4 of the Arkansas Rules of Appellate ProcedureBCivil. such order shall be file-marked with the clerk no later than the next day on which the clerk's office is open, and this filing date shall control all appeal-related deadlines pursuant to Rule 4 of the Arkansas Rules of Appellate ProcedureBCivil. ...