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Upon reversal or modification of the decree or judgment appealed from, the supreme court may remand the cause to the superior court with such directions as are necessary and proper, or may take such further proceedings in the cause as justice and the speedy determination of the cause may require, and after the proceedings shall remand the cause. In any such case, the supreme court, if practicable, shall determine the form of the final decree or judgment before remanding the cause to the superior court. In case the supreme court shall affirm the decree or judgment appealed from, it shall certify its affirmation and remand the cause to the superior court for further proceedings. In every case, the supreme court, upon remanding a cause to the superior court, shall transmit all the papers in the cause to the superior court, and the final decree or judgment shall be entered in the superior court.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Rhode Island General Laws Title 9. Courts and Civil Procedure--Procedure Generally § 9-24-12. Remand after decision on appeal--Further proceedings - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ri/title-9-courts-and-civil-procedure-procedure-generally/ri-gen-laws-sect-9-24-12/
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