2021 Ohio Revised Code
Title 25 | Courts-Appellate
Chapter 2505 | Procedure on Appeal
Section 2505.04 | Perfecting an Appeal.

Effective: March 17, 1987

Latest Legislation: House Bill 412 - 116th General Assembly

An appeal is perfected when a written notice of appeal is filed, in the case of an appeal of a final order, judgment, or decree of a court, in accordance with the Rules of Appellate Procedure or the Rules of Practice of the Supreme Court, or, in the case of an administrative-related appeal, with the administrative officer, agency, board, department, tribunal, commission, or other instrumentality involved. If a leave to appeal from a court first must be obtained, a notice of appeal also shall be filed in the appellate court. After being perfected, an appeal shall not be dismissed without notice to the appellant, and no step required to be taken subsequent to the perfection of the appeal is jurisdictional.

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