§58-4-14. Time for presenting and giving bond.
No process shall issue upon any appeal, writ of error or
supersedeas allowed by a circuit court, or in the case of an order
of rejection the supreme court of appeals, or judge of either of
such courts to or from a judgment, decree or order, if, when the
record is delivered to the clerk of the appropriate court, four
months (or the extended period or periods, if any, allowed by order
pursuant to either section four or section seven of this article,
as the case may be) shall have elapsed since the date of such
judgment, decree or order; but the appeal, writ of error or
supersedeas shall be dismissed whenever it appears that four months
or the extended period, if any, as the case may be, has elapsed
since such date before the record is delivered to such clerk, or
that two months have elapsed since the date when the appeal, writ
of error or supersedeas was granted before such bond is given as is
required to be given before the appeal, writ of error or
supersedeas takes effect.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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