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(a) The supreme court may transfer to the court of appeals for decision a case pending before the supreme court if the case is within the jurisdiction of the court of appeals.
(b) The supreme court may take jurisdiction of a case pending before the court of appeals if the court of appeals certifies to the supreme court that the case involves a significant question of law under the Constitution of the United States or under the constitution of the state or involves an issue of substantial public interest that should be determined by the supreme court.
(c) A case filed in the supreme court or in the court of appeals may not be dismissed by one court on the ground that it is within the jurisdiction of the other court. The case shall be transferred to the proper court.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 22. Judiciary § 22.05.015. Transfer of appellate cases - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-22-judiciary/ak-st-sect-22-05-015/
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