Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 7

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known address of the appellant and the appellant's authorized
representative, if any.
See
also
Rule 25 (Filing and Service). A
Notice of Appeal is deemed received:
(1) on the date of its legible postmark, affixed by the
U.S. Postal Service (not including a postage-metered date
imprint other than one affixed by the U.S. Postal Service) on
the cover in which the Notice of Appeal is posted, if the
mailing is properly addressed to the Court and is mailed; or
(2) on the date of its receipt by the Clerk, if it does not
bear a legible postmark affixed by the U.S. Postal Service, or if
it is delivered or sent by means other than U.S. mail. But
see
Rule 25(b)(1)(B) (filing and service for appellant confined in
an institution).
(b)
Docketing.
(1)
Docketing the appeal
. Upon receipt of the Notice
of Appeal, the Clerk will docket the appeal, identifying the
appellant by name, unless otherwise ordered by the Court.
(2)
Designation of public official
. The Secretary shall
be described as the "appellee" by name and official title.
(3)
Notice of docketing
.
The Clerk shall send a notice
of docketing to all parties advising them of the date the Clerk
received the Notice of Appeal.
(c)
Copy of Board Decision.
Not later than 30 days
after the date the Clerk issues the notice of docketing (
see
subsection (b)(3)), the Secretary shall file with the Clerk under
separate docket entries and serve on the appellant a copy of the
Board's decision, showing:
(1) the date on which notice of the decision was
mailed, with any personal identifiers redacted except the name
of the appellant (
see
E-Rule1(a)(10) (definition of "personal
identifier"));
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