IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS Misc. Docket No. 13-9032 ORDERED that: 1. By Order dated November 13, 2012, in Misc. Docket No. 12-9190, the Court implemented word limits by amending Rules of Appellate Procedure 9, 38, 49, 52, 53, 55, 64, 68, 70, and 71, effective December 1, 2012. That order is corrected as follows by amending Rules of Appellate Procedure 9, 28, and 52, effective immediately. 2. Rule 9.4. Form . . . (i) Length. . . . (3) Certificate of Compliance. A computer- generated document that is subject to a word limit under this rule must include a certificate by counsel or an unrepresented party stating the number of words in the document. The person certifying may rely on the word count of the computer program used to prepare the document. 3. Rule 28.3. Permissive Appeals in Civil Cases. . . . (g)Length of Petition, Cross-Petition, Response, and Reply. A petition, crosspetition, response, and reply must comply with the page length limitations in Rule 53.6 9.4(i)(2)(D)-(E). 4. Rule 52.9. Motion for Rehearing Any party may file a motion for rehearing within 15 days after the final order is rendered. The motion must clearly state the points relied on for the rehearing. No response to a motion for rehearing need be filed unless the court so requests. The court will not grant a motion for rehearing unless a response has been filed or requested. A motion or response must be no longer than 15 pages. 5. The Clerk is directed to: a. file a copy of this Order with the Secretary of State; b. cause a copy of this Order to be mailed to each registered member of the State Bar of Texas by publication in the Texas Bar Journal; c. send a copy of this Order to each elected member of the Legislature; and d. submit a copy of the Order for publication in the Texas Register. Dated: March 4, 2013 Wallace B. Jefferson, Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht, Justice Paul W. Green, Justice Phil Johnson, Justice Don R. Willett, Justice Eva M. Guzman, Justice Debra H. Lehrmann, Justice Jeffrey S. Boyd, Justice John P. Devine, Justice
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