(A) The following orders are appealable to the Court of Appeals by right:
(1) an order of disposition placing a minor under the supervision of the court or removing the minor from the home,
(2) an order terminating parental rights,
(3) any order required by law to be appealed to the Court of Appeals, and
(4) any final order.
(B) All orders not listed in subrule (A) are appealable to the Court of Appeals by leave.
(C) Procedure; Delayed Appeals.
(1) Applicable Rules. Except as modified by this rule, chapter 7 of the Michigan Court Rules governs appeals from the family division of the circuit court.
(2) Delayed Appeals; Termination of Parental Rights. The Court of Appeals may not grant an application for leave to appeal an order of the family division of the circuit court terminating parental rights if filed more than 63 days after entry of an order of judgment on the merits, or if filed more than 63 days after entry of an order denying reconsideration or rehearing.