Ind. R. App. P. 58

As amended through October 29, 2021
Rule 58 - Effect of Supreme Court Ruling on Petition to Transfer
(A) Effect of Grant of Transfer. The opinion or memorandum decision of the Court of Appeals shall be final except where a Petition to Transfer has been granted by the Supreme Court. If transfer is granted, the opinion or memorandum decision of the Court of Appeals shall be automatically vacated except for:
(1) those opinions or portions thereof which are expressly adopted and incorporated by reference by the Supreme Court; or
(2) those opinions or portions thereof that are summarily affirmed by the Supreme Court, which shall be considered as Court of Appeals' authority.

Upon the grant of transfer, the Supreme Court shall have jurisdiction over the appeal and all issues as if originally filed in the Supreme Court.

(B) Effect of the Denial of Transfer. The denial of a Petition to Transfer shall have no legal effect other than to terminate the litigation between the parties in the Supreme Court. No Petition for Rehearing may be filed from an order denying a Petition to Transfer.
(C) Supreme Court Evenly Divided. When the Supreme Court is evenly divided upon the question of accepting or denying transfer, transfer shall be deemed denied. When the Supreme Court is evenly divided after transfer has been granted, the decision of the Court of Appeals shall be reinstated.

Ind. R. App. P. 58