DISMISSAL AND REINSTATEMENT
(a) Involuntary Dismissal and Reinstatement. Whenever it appears that an appellant or a petitioner has failed to comply with the requirements of these Rules, the clerk shall issue an order of dismissal, which shall have the same force and effect as an order of the appellate court. A case shall not be reinstated except by leave of the court, upon good cause shown, after notice to all parties. The clerk shall remit the case to the lower court or administrative tribunal in accordance with Rule 221 unless a motion to reinstate the appeal has been actually received by the court within fifteen (15) days of filing of the order of dismissal (the day of filing being excluded).
(b) Agreed Dismissal. If the parties to an appeal or other proceeding shall sign and file with the clerk of the appellate court an agreement that the proceeding be dismissed, the appellate court may enter an order of dismissal. The agreement may contain a provision altering the costs to be assessed under Rule 222 and/or other settlement terms subject to the provisions of Rule 261. An agreement that the proceeding be dismissed need not be in the form of a motion unless the parties request that the appellate court alter the costs assessed; approve a settlement agreement; modify the requirements of an Appellate Court Rule; or vacate a prior order, opinion, or judgment.
(c) Withdrawal. An appeal or other proceeding may be dismissed on motion of the appellant or petitioner upon such terms as may be fixed by the court.
Last amended by Order dated May 1, 2018.