ORDER, JUDGMENT, OR REMAND BY APPELLATE COURT
An order or judgment of an appellate court, when filed in the office of the Clerk, shall automatically become the order or judgment of the Court and be entered as such by the Clerk without further order. If the order or judgment of the appellate court remands for further proceedings, a motion for such further proceedings shall be referred to the Judge who heard the proceeding below unless the appellate court orders otherwise.
This rule is derived from Former Local Bankruptcy Rule 31 and is an adaptation of Civil Rule 58.1 of the Local District Rules.
If a proceeding has been remanded by the appellate court, it is the responsibility of the parties to file a motion for further proceedings in the court to which it was remanded.