1.Appeals from District Court.
Except as provided in subsection 3 or by court rule, an appeal may be taken from
the District Court to the Supreme Judicial Court sitting as the Law Court. The time
for taking the appeal and the manner and any conditions for the taking of the appeal
are as the Supreme Judicial Court provides by rule.
2001, c. 17, §3 (AMD)
1999, c. 731, Pt. ZZZ, §42 (AFF);
1999, c. 731, Pt. ZZZ, §7 (RP)
An appeal from the District Court is to the Superior Court in the case of:
A. An appeal in a forcible entry and detainer case, pursuant to section 6008 and the
Maine Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 80D(f); [2005, c. 48, §2 (AMD).]
B. An appeal in a small claims case brought pursuant to chapter 738 and the Maine Rules
of Civil Procedure, Rule 80L; and [2005, c. 48, §2 (AMD).]
C. An appeal of an involuntary hospitalization brought pursuant to Title 34-B, section
3864, subsection 11. [2005, c. 48, §2 (NEW).]
2005, c. 48, §2 (AMD)
1975, c. 552, §2 (AMD).
1993, c. 338, §1 (AMD).
1993, c. 675, §B10 (RPR).
1999, c. 731, §ZZZ7 (AMD).
1999, c. 731, §ZZZ42 (AFF).
2001, c. 17, §3 (AMD).
2005, c. 48, §2 (AMD).
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