United States Bankruptcy Court

for the District of Colorado

Local Bankruptcy Rule 806

Record on Appeal

(a) Designation of Record on Appeal: The provisions of Fed.R.B.P. 8006 govern the designation of the record on appeal. Supplemental designations of record shall not be allowed except upon motion with notice to opposing parties and counsel, and only by order of the court.

(b) Copies of Items Designated: Pursuant to Fed.R.B.P. 8006, the clerk shall include in the Record of Appeal copies of the notice of appeal, the judgment, order, or decree appealed from, any opinion, findings of fact, and conclusions of law of the court, all exhibits in custody of the clerk, all testimony of witnesses received by written declaration, and a copy of the relevant entries on the docket in the bankruptcy case or proceeding. Any party filing a designation of additional items to be included in the record on appeal shall prepare and file concurrent with the designation two copies of such items in accordance with Fed.R.B.P. 8006. No item shall be designated nor included in the record on appeal which is not part of the official record of the bankruptcy court.

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