Internal Operating Procedures
Internal Operating Procedures ("IOPs") are a memorialization of the practices adopted by the clerk's office to move appellate papers through the Michigan Court of Appeals efficiently and in conformity with the Michigan Court Rules.
Because the IOPs are derived from the Michigan Court Rules and the practical processing requirements they entail in the clerk's office, the IOPs will be modified from time to time, without prior notice, to accommodate changes in the rules and the Court's evolving internal practices.
Internal Operating Procedures (IOPs)
This file contains the most current Clerk's IOPs (as of 11/2012).