I served a Proposed Record on Appeal to the opposing counsel. However, I for got to redact my SSN from my Tax documents. I will need to do that before I file with the Appeals court and wanted to know if I need to notify the other counsel before I file with the court, or can I just go ahead a redact the SSN without notifying the opposing counsel. Or is this a larger issue that needs to be addressed with an amended record or other means. (Assuming no other changes are necessary to agree on the record.)
For anything you file in court you should always send a copy to the opposing counsel or party. If nothing has been filed at this time then you can make the necessary changes and re-submit the proposal to the opposing counsel.
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