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  • Judges's ruling: Can a judge's ruling in a civil case be appealed?

    Can a judge's ruling in a civil case be appealed? Specifically, if I lost my civil case with the judge ruling against me and was ordered to pay XX amount of dollars to the other party, do I have the option to appeal the ruling or if not so, at least the amount of the judgement?
    Thank you.

    (U.S. State of Oregon)

  • #2
    Yes--but you need to do so promptly in most cases.

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    • #3
      Re: Judges's ruling: Can a judge's ruling in a civil case be appealed?

      Yes, you have the right to appeal. You can file an appeal against an adverse judgment of the trial court in the court of appeals. For this you have to file a notice of appeal in the court of appeals within 30 days from the date the decision was entered in the trial court register. The time is of essence, you have to ensure that you have filed the notice of appeal within 30 days for claiming any relief from the appellate court with the prescribed fees for preferring an appeal. After filing the notice to the court of appeals, a copy of the notice and all attachments must be served to all the trial court parties concerned.

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      • #4
        Re: Judges's ruling: Can a judge's ruling in a civil case be appealed?

        You may also have to post a bond to appeal in some jurisdictions.

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