Rule 513. Consolidation of Multiple Appeals.
Where there is more than one appeal from the same order, or where the same question is involved in two or more appeals in different cases, the appellate court may, in its discretion, order them to be argued together in all particulars as if but a single appeal. Appeals may be consolidated by stipulation of the parties to the several appeals.
The first sentence is substantially the same as former Supreme Court Rule 29, former Superior Court Rule 21 and former Commonwealth Court Rule 27. The second sentence is patterned after Fed. Rules App. Proc. 3(b).
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