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Legal Information: Maryland

Statutes: Maryland

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Updated: 
August 13, 2019

§ 9.5-314. Appeals

In general

(a) An appeal may be taken from a final order in a proceeding under this subtitle in accordance with expedited appellate procedures in other civil cases.

Temporary emergency order

(b) Unless the court enters a temporary emergency order under § 9.5-204 of this title, the enforcing court may not stay an order enforcing a child custody determination pending appeal.