Back to Main Page / Back to List of Rules
Rule 307. Exceptions, etc., Transcript
In non-jury cases, where findings of fact and conclusions of law are requested and filed, and in jury cases, where a special verdict is returned, any party claiming that the findings of the court or the jury, as the case may be, do not support the judgment, may have noted in the record an exception to said judgment and thereupon take an appeal or writ of error, where such writ is allowed, without a statement of facts or further exceptions in the transcript, but the transcript in such cases shall contain the conclusions of law and fact or the special verdict and the judgment rendered thereon.
Source: R. C. S. Art. 2210 reworded with minor textual change.
Oct. 29, 1940, eff. Sept. 1, 1941.