Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 6

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joinder practicable, they may file a joint Notice of Appeal and
the case shall proceed as a single appeal or, if separate Notices
of Appeal have been filed timely, the parties may jointly move
to join appeals and, if the motion is granted, the case shall
thereafter proceed as a single appeal.
See
also
Rule 15
(Intervention).
(e) Consolidated Appeals.
Appeals may be
consolidated by order of the Court on its own initiative or on a
party's motion. Any motion to consolidate must assert why
consolidation is appropriate, be served on all involved parties,
and comply with the requirements of Rule 27 (Motions).
(f) Payment of Fees.
A $50 nonrefundable filing fee,
payable to "U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims," shall
be submitted with the filing of the Notice of Appeal or received
by the Court not later than 14 days after the filing of the Notice
of Appeal. But
see
Rule 24 (Waiver of Filing Fee).
(g)
Addresses and Fax Number.
The Court's mailing
address is: Clerk of the Court, U.S. Court of Appeals for
Veterans Claims, 625 Indiana Avenue, NW, Suite 900,
Washington, DC 20004-2950. The Court's fax number is:
(202) 501-5848. The Court's website is located at
(h) Translations.
The Court conducts its reviews and
deliberations in English. Any document transmitted to the
Court in a language other than English shall be accompanied
by an English translation that is certified as true and correct by
the translator, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1746.
RULE 4. FILING APPEAL; DOCKETING; COPY OF
BOARD DECISION
(a) Time for Appeal.
A Notice of Appeal must be
received by the Clerk not later than 120 days after the date on
which the Board mailed notice of the decision to the last
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