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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 04-1343



Adoption of Local Rule 208.3(a) Simplified Procedure

[34 Pa.B. 3876]


   And Now, to wit, this 28th day of June, 2004, it is hereby Ordered that Delaware County Local Rule 208.3(a) is Adopted as follows:


The following ''Motions'' may be submitted for consideration by the Court without written responses or briefs.
1.  Motion to compel discovery in aid of execution
2.  Motion to break and enter
3.  Motion requiring a supersedeas appeal board
4.  Motion for writ of seizure
5.  Motion for return of personal property
6.  Motion for reconsideration
7.  Motion for peremptory judgment

   The foregoing motions, after filing with the Office of Judicial Support shall be presented to the Court Administrator's Office, which shall promptly deliver the motion to the appropriate Judge or schedule the case for a hearing before the Court. The moving party shall include a cover sheet pursuant to Rule 205.2(b) and shall promptly notify all parties affected of the hearing date, if so advised by the Court.

   If a hearing date has been assigned, requests for a continuance shall be made on a fully completed continuance application form, available in the Court Administrator's Office and then submitted to the Court Administrator. Stamped envelopes, pre-addressed to all parties in interest, shall accompany the continuance application form. Requests for continuance received by the Court Administrator within one (1) week of the hearing date may be referred to the appropriate Judge for review.

By the Court

President Judge

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 04-1343. Filed for public inspection July 23, 2004, 9:00 a.m.]

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