Rule 78 Language

Language that makes a family court order appealable. “Rule 78 Language” is used collectively to describe both Rule 78(b) language and Rule 78(c) language.

Rule 78(b) Language: In a case involving more than one claim or more than two parties, if a Court issues an order that does not resolve the case with respect to all claims and all parties, the Court nonetheless declare that the part of the case on which it has ruled is a final. Appealable order.

Rule 78(c) Language: When all issues in a case are decided, the Court certifies the decision as final and appealable by using Rule 78(c) language.

See Rule 78 Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure.

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