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 Tuesday, September 17, 2013

2.3 Failure to Call Motions for Hearing
 


The burden of calling for hearing any motion previously filed is on the party making the motion. If any such motion is not called for hearing within 90 days from the date it is filed, the court may enter an order overruling or denying the motion by reason of the delay.

[Adopted May 17, 1976, effective July 1, 1976.]

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