Rule 2761. Insertion of Costs in Remanded Record and Taxation of Costs.
Where specific costs are awarded in an appellate court under Rule 2155 (allocation of cost of reproduced record) or Rule 2744 (damages for delay) or otherwise, the prothonotary of the appellate court shall prepare and certify an itemized statement of any such costs taxed in the appellate court for inclusion in the remanded record. If the record has been remanded before final determination of such costs, the statement, or any amendment thereof, may be added to the remanded record at any time upon request to the prothonotary of the appellate court. Unless otherwise ordered, all other costs on appeal, including any costs awarded by the appellate court under Rule 2155 or Rule 2744 in terms of a fraction or percentage of any amount which has not yet been taxed of record, shall be taxed in the lower court.
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