Title 15, Chapter 2, Section 9
(a) The Supreme Court of this state, by rule of court, may provide
that when it shall appear to the Supreme Court of the United States,
to any circuit court of appeals of the United States, or to the
Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia that there are involved
in any proceeding before it questions or propositions of the laws of
this state which are determinative of the case and there are no
clear controlling precedents in the decisions of the Supreme Court
of this state, such federal appellate court may certify the
questions or propositions of the laws of this state to the Supreme
Court of this state for instructions concerning the questions or
propositions of state law, which certificate the Supreme Court of
this state may answer by written opinion.
(b) The Court of Appeals shall not have jurisdiction to consider any
question certified under this Code section by transfer or otherwise.