DESIGNATION OF MATTER TO BE INCLUDED IN THE RECORD ON APPEAL
(a) Time to Serve and File. At the same time a party serves his initial brief(s) under Rule 208, to include a reply brief, he shall also serve on all parties to the appeal a Designation of Matter to be Included in the Record on Appeal which shall set forth with specificity those parts of the transcript, pleadings, orders, exhibits, or other materials which he proposes to include in the record on appeal. One copy of this Designation with proof of service shall immediately be filed with the clerk of the appellate court.
(b) Content. The Designation must clearly identify what the party desires to have included in the Record on Appeal, and the Designation may only propose to include portions of the transcript, pleadings, orders, exhibits, or other materials which may be properly included in the Record on Appeal [See Rule 210(c) ]. A party shall not include any matter in his Designation which is not relevant to the appeal.
(c) Certification. The Designation shall be accompanied by a certificate signed by the party's counsel of record that the Designation contains no matter which is irrelevant to the appeal.