About the Court
The Michigan Court of Appeals is one of the highest volume intermediate appellate courts in the country. It was created by the 1963 Michigan Constitution and heard its first cases in January 1965. Generally, decisions from final orders of a circuit court, as well as some probate court and agency orders, may be appealed to the court as a matter of right. Other lower court or tribunal decisions may be appealed only by application for leave to appeal, i.e., with permission of the court. Read More...
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NEW TRUEFILING AUTOMATED PAYMENT SERVICE FEE
Effective July 1, 2016, a non-refundable automated payment service (APS) fee will be assessed against any electronic filing that has an associated statutory fee, as authorized by MCL 600.1986. The APS fee will be 3% of the filing fee amount.