Supreme Court Rules
Rule 84 - Rules of Civil Procedure - Rules Relating to All Appellate Courts - Procedure in All Appellate Courts
Publication / Adopted Date:
June 13, 1979
Revised / Effective Date:
January 1, 2011
84.17. Post-Disposition Motions
. In addition to an application for transfer under
, any party may file the following post-disposition motions:
A motion for rehearing
. The motion shall briefly and distinctly state the grounds upon which rehearing is sought. The purpose of a motion for rehearing is to call attention to material matters of law or fact overlooked or misinterpreted by the court, as shown by its opinion, written order under Rules
, memorandum decision or order of dismissal. Reargument of issues determined by the court will be disregarded.
A motion to modify
. The motion shall briefly and distinctly state the grounds upon which modification is sought. The purpose of a motion to modify is to correct errors of law or fact that do not affect the disposition of the case.
A motion to publish an opinion
. The motion shall briefly and distinctly explain why the court's disposition of the appeal has precedential value, in whole or in part.
Procedure for filing
. A motion under this Rule 84.17 shall be filed within 15 days after the court files its opinion, written order under Rules
memorandum decision or order of dismissal and may be accompanied by suggestions in support containing citation of authority. Within the same time, the filing party shall serve a copy of the motion and any suggestions upon all other parties.
. No suggestions in opposition to a post-disposition motion shall be filed unless requested by the court. Within ten days after the courtís request for the suggestions, any party may file suggestions in opposition to the motion and within the same time shall serve all other parties with a copy of the suggestions.
. If a motion for rehearing is overruled and the opinion is not materially modified, no further motion by the same party for rehearing or to set aside the order overruling the motion for rehearing may be filed. If the opinion is materially modified, any party may file a motion for rehearing as though the modified opinion is the original opinion.
(Adopted June 13, 1979, eff. Jan. 1, 1980. Amended July 27, 1979; June 24, 1982, eff. Jan. 1, 1983. Amended Sept. 10, 1982, eff. Jan. 1, 1983; Sept. 28, 1993; Feb. 23, 1996, eff. Jan. 1, 1997; March 20, 2001, eff. Jan. 1, 2002. Amended February 27, 2002, eff. Jan. 1, 2003. Amended June 17, 2004, eff. Jan. 1, 2005. Amended May 19, 2010, eff. Jan. 1, 2011.)
The language "after the cause has been once reheard" was deleted from prior Rule 84.17 to allow the filing of a motion for rehearing when a motion for rehearing is sustained and another opinion is filed.
contains conditions precedent for filing an application for transfer to this court.