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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 04-1129



Local Rule 208.3(a); No. 38-2004-Civil

[34 Pa.B. 3252]

Amended Order

   And Now, to wit, this 3rd day of June, 2004, Wayne County Local Rule 208.3(a), is Hereby Adopted. In accordance with Pa. R.J.A. 103(c), this Order and the following Rule shall be effective on July 26, 2004. The Court Administrator of Wayne County is Ordered and Directed to submit seven (7) certified copies of this Amended Order and the following Rule to the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts, two (2) certified copies and one (1) diskette, to be distributed to the Legislative Reference Bureau for publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin, one (1) certified copy to the Civil Procedural Rules Committee, one (1) certified copy to the Wayne County Law Library and keep continuously available for public inspection and copying, one (1) copy in the Office of the Prothonotary of Wayne County.

By the Court

President Judge

Local Rule 208.3(a) Motions

   Except for motions made orally during a trial or hearing, all motions shall be written, shall contain a caption setting forth the name of the court, the number of the action, nature of the proceeding, names of the parties, and the name of counsel, or if no counsel of record, the name of the party making the motion. All motions shall include a proposed Order.

   All motions shall be filed in the Wayne County Prothonotary's Office. Any motion which does not seek scheduling of a Rule to Show Cause or Appointment of a Master shall be presented in Motions Court.

   If the Motion, Petition or Application is of such nature that opposing parties have the right to be heard, the moving party shall give each opposing party at least forty-eight (48) hours notice of the time when the moving party will appear and present such motion, petition or application, unless the emergency nature of the matter prevents such notice. In that situation, the moving party shall give as much notice as is reasonably possible.

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 04-1129. Filed for public inspection June 25, 2004, 9:00 a.m.]

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