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record. When a document is submitted for filing through
CM/ECF or email, it shall contain a n "electronic signature."
See
E-Rule 1(a)(2)(Definitions); E-Rule10 (Electronic
Signatures).
RULE 26. COMPUTATION AND EXTENSION OF
TIME
(a)
Computing Time.
(1)
General rule
. In computing a period of time set by
these Rules, or by a Court order, or by a statute, the day of the
event that begins the period is not included. The last day of the
period is included, unless it is a Saturday, Sunday, legal
holiday, or day the Court is closed at the direction of the Chief
Judge.
(2)
Legal holidays
. As used in this Rule, "legal
holiday" means New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s
Birthday, Presidents' Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day,
Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day,
Christmas Day, and any other day declared a holiday by the
President or Congress.
(3)
Notices
. Notice that the Court is closed or
inaccessible will be posted publicly, on the Court's website, if
circumstances permit.
See
(b)
Extension of Time.
The Court, on its own
initiative or on a party's motion for good cause shown, may
extend the time set by these Rules for doing any act, or may
permit an act to be done after the expiration of such time, but
the Court may not extend the time for filing a Notice of Appeal
or an application for attorney fees and expenses.
See
also Rule
5(a) (Stay of Appellate Proceedings). The Court may grant an
extension of time not to exceed a total of 45 days for any
particular filing for good cause. Any motion to extend the time
set by these Rules or by an order or notice of the Court beyond
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