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expiration of the time allowed for filing a notice of appeal, if
no such notice has been duly filed within such time”. Sec.
7481(a)(1). Section 7483 provides that a notice of appeal may be
filed within 90 days after a decision is entered.3
Pursuant to rule 13(a) of the Federal Rules of Appellate
Procedure, if under the Tax Court’s Rules a party makes a timely
motion to vacate or revise a decision, “the time to file a notice
of appeal runs from the entry of the order disposing of the
motion or from the entry of a new decision, whichever is later.”4
Our Rule 162 provides that “Any motion to vacate or revise a
decision, with or without a new or further trial, shall be filed
within 30 days after the decision has been entered, unless the
3 As previously explained, an order of dismissal for lack of
jurisdiction is treated as the Court’s decision.
4 Fed. R. App. P. 13(a) provides:
Rule 13. Review of a Decision of the Tax Court.
(a) How Obtained; Time for Filing Notice of Appeal.
(1) Review of a decision of the United States Tax Court
is commenced by filing a notice of appeal with the Tax
Court clerk within 90 days after the entry of the Tax
Court’s decision. At the time of filing, the appellant
must furnish the clerk with enough copies of the notice
to enable the clerk to comply with Rule 3(d). If one
party files a timely notice of appeal, any other party
may file a notice of appeal within 120 days after the
Tax Court’s decision is entered. (2) If, under Tax
Court rules, a party makes a timely motion to vacate or
revise the Tax Court’s decision, the time to file a
notice of appeal runs from the entry of the order
disposing of the motion or from the entry of a new
decision, whichever is later.
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