Concurrent appeals. Appeals from a Single Order or Judgment. Consolidation of Appeals
Concurrent appeals, Appeals from a single order or judgment. Consolidation of Appeals.
In concurrent appeals, the appellants must perfect the appeals together, without motion, in the period measured from the date of the latest notice of appeal. The appellants must file a joint record or joint appendix certified as provided in 22 NYCRR 1250.7(g) and must share equally the cost of that record or appendix. (22 NYCRR 1250.9(f)(2))
Appeals from multiple orders or judgments.
When an appellant takes appeals from multiple orders and judgments arising out of the same action or proceeding, the appellant may perfect the appeals together, without motion and upon a single record or appendix, provided that each appeal is perfected in a timely manner pursuant to this Part. (22 NYCRR 1250.9(f)(3))
Consolidation of appeals in separate actions
Absent an order of the court, appeals from orders or judgments in separate actions or proceedings cannot be consolidated but may, upon written request of a party, be scheduled by the court to be heard together on the same day. (22 NYCRR 1250.9(f)(4))