Ind. R. App. P. 31

As amended through October 29, 2021
Rule 31 - Statement of Evidence When No Transcript is Available
(A)Party's Statement of Evidence. If no Transcript of all or part of the evidence is available, a party or the party's attorney may prepare a verified statement of the evidence from the best available sources, which may include the party's or the attorney's recollection. The party shall then file a motion to certify the statement of evidence with the trial court or Administrative Agency. The statement of evidence shall be submitted with the motion.
(B)Response. Any party may file a verified response to the proposed statement of evidence within fifteen (15) days after service.
(C)Certification by Trial Court or Administrative Agency. Except as provided in Section D below, the trial court or Administrative Agency shall, after a hearing, if necessary, certify a statement of the evidence, making any necessary modifications to statements proposed by the parties. The certified statement of the evidence shall become part of the Clerk's Record.
(D) Controversy Regarding Action of Trial Court Judge or Administrative Officer . If the statements or conduct of the trial court judge or administrative officer are in controversy, and the trial court judge or administrative officer refuses to certify the moving party's statement of evidence, the trial court judge or administrative officer shall file an affidavit setting forth his or her recollection of the disputed statements or conduct. All verified statements of the evidence and affidavits shall become part of the Clerk's Record.

Ind. R. App. P. 31

Amended April 12, 2016 effective July 1, 2016.

Order Clarifying Appellate Rule Amendments Effective July 1, 2016