CHC 336     

Art. 336.  Effect of appeal

A.  Except as provided by Paragraphs B and C of this Article, the effect of a judgment shall not be suspended by an appeal, unless the trial court or a court of appeal directs otherwise.

B.  A parent shall have the right to appeal suspensively from any ruling terminating his parental rights, including a judgment of adoption, notwithstanding the power of the court to order the commencement or continuation of temporary custody of the child with persons other than the parents.

C.  A suspensive appeal shall not suspend the execution of the judgment insofar as the judgment relates to custody or child support.

Acts 1991, No. 235, §3, eff. Jan. 1, 1992.