2:4-4. Extension of Time for Appeal and Review
The time within which an appeal may be taken may not be extended except upon motion and in accordance with the following:
(a) The appellate court, on a showing of good cause and the absence of prejudice, may extend the time fixed by R. 2:4-1(a) (final judgment), 2:4-1(b) (final state administrative decisions), and 2:12-3(a) (certification of final judgment of the Appellate Division) for a period not exceeding 30 days, but only if the notice of appeal or notice of petition for certification was in fact served and filed within the time as extended.
(b) The appellate court, on a showing of good cause and the absence of prejudice, may:
(1) Extend the time fixed by R. 2:5-6(a) (interlocutory orders, decisions and actions) for a period not exceeding an additional 15 days.
(2) Grant leave to appeal as within time from an interlocutory order, decision or action, provided that the appeal was in fact taken within the time for appeals from final judgments, decisions or actions.
(c) The appellate court may extend the time fixed by R. 2:4-2(a) (cross appeals and appeals by respondents as of right), 2:5-6(b) (cross appeals), 2:12-2(a) (motion for certification of appeal pending unheard in the Appellate Division) and 2:12-3(b) (cross petition for certification), for such period as it deems reasonable.