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(D) contains a representation by the practitioner
that all documents submitted for filing by the parties, all
notices and orders accumulated by the practitioner, and
all files belonging to the client have been provided to
the client or to a named substitute practitioner.
(2)
Limited appearances.
(A) Notice of Appeal. If a practitioner has
appeared for the limited purpose of submitting for filing
a Notice of Appeal and averred at that time that the
client had already been advised of the appellant's
responsibility to abide by the Court's Rules of Practice
and Procedure, including the need to timely serve and
submit for filing a brief, withdrawal is automatic at the
time of such submission and a motion to withdraw is
not necessary. In instances where the attorney averred
that the practitioner would in the future advise the
appellant of the appellant's responsibility to abide by
the Court's Rules of Practice and Procedure, including
the need to timely serve and submit for filing a brief,
withdrawal will be granted only upon averment that the
appellant has been so advised. Until such time, the
practitioner remains professionally responsible to the
Court and to the appellant for compliance with the
Court's Rules of Practice and Procedure.
(B) An organization operating under the
provisions of Public Law No. 102-229. Withdrawal is
automatic upon submission for filing of a notice that an
organization operating under the provisions of Public
Law No. 102-229 will not take the case.
See
Practitioner's Note to subsection (b)(2)(B).
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