(A) Appeal of Right. The court has jurisdiction of an appeal of right filed by an aggrieved party from the following:
(1) A final judgment or final order of the circuit court, or court of claims, as defined in MCR, except a judgment or order of the circuit court
(a) on appeal from any other court or tribunal;
(b) in a criminal case in which the conviction is based on a plea of guilty or nolo contendere;
An appeal from an order described in MCR(iii)-(v) is limited to the portion of the order with respect to which there is an appeal of right.
(2) A judgment or order of a court or tribunal from which appeal of right to the Court of Appeals has been established by law or court rule;
(B) Appeal by Leave. The court may grant leave to appeal from:
(1) a judgment or order of the circuit court and court of claims that is not a final judgment appealable of right;
(2) a final judgment entered by the circuit court on appeal from any other court;
(3) a final order of an administrative agency or tribunal which by law is appealable to or reviewable by the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court;
(4) any other judgment or order appealable to the Court of Appeals by law or rule;
(5) any judgment or order when an appeal of right could have been taken but was not timely filed.
(C) Extraordinary Writs, Original Actions, and Enforcement Actions. The court may entertain an action for:
(1) superintending control over a lower court or a tribunal immediately below it arising out of an action or proceeding which, when concluded, would result in an order appealable to the Court of Appeals;
(2) mandamus against a state officer (see MCL);
(3) habeas corpus (see MCL);
(4) quo warranto involving a state office or officer;
(5) any original action required by law to be filed in the Court of Appeals or Supreme Court;
(6) any action to enforce a final order of an administrative tribunal or agency required by law to be filed in the Court of Appeals or Supreme Court.
(D) Other Appeals and Proceedings. The court has jurisdiction over any other appeal or action established by law. An order concerning the assignment of a case to the business court under MCLet seq. shall not be appealed to the Court of Appeals.
(E) Appeals by Prosecution. Appeals by the prosecution in criminal cases are governed by MCL 770.12, except as provided by MCL 770.3.
(1) Except when a motion to dismiss has been filed, the chief judge or another designated judge may, acting alone, dismiss an appeal or original proceeding for lack of jurisdiction.
(2) The appellant or plaintiff may file a motion for reconsideration within 21 days after the date of the order of dismissal. The motion shall be submitted to a panel of 3 judges. No entry fee is required for a motion filed under this subrule.
(3) The clerk will not accept for filing a motion for reconsideration of an order issued by a 3-judge panel that denies a motion for reconsideration filed under subrule (2).
Mich. Ct. R. 7.203