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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 10-2356



Amended Civil Rule of Procedure 212.1

[40 Pa.B. 7042]
[Saturday, December 11, 2010]

Order of Court

And Now, this 23rd day of November, 2010 at 11:00 a.m., Schuylkill County Civil Rule of Procedure No. 212.1 is amended for use in the Court of Common Pleas of Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, Twenty-First Judicial District, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, effective thirty days after publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

 The Prothonotary of Schuylkill County is Ordered and Directed to do the following:

 1) File seven (7) certified copies of this Order and Rule with the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts;

 2) Forward two (2) certified copies of this Order and Rule and a computer diskette containing the text of the local rules to the Legislative Reference Bureau.

 3) Forward one (1) certified copy of this Order and Rule with the Civil Procedural Rules Committee of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.

 4) Forward one (1) copy to the Law Library of Schuylkill County for publication in the Schuylkill Legal Record.

 5) Copies shall be kept continuously available for public inspection in the Office of the Schuylkill County Prothonotary and the Schuylkill County Law Library.

 It is further Ordered that said rule as it existed prior to the amendment is hereby repealed and annulled on the effective date of said rule as amended, but no right acquired thereunder shall be disturbed.

By the Court

President Judge

Schuylkill County Rule of Civil Procedure

Rule 212.1. Amended.

 (b) A copy of Prothonotary Form 212 shall be served on all counsel contemporaneously with the filing thereof. Within 20 days after filing of the form, opposing counsel may file with the Prothonotary written objections thereto stating the reasons, and shall serve a copy thereof upon the Court Administrator and other counsel. Upon receipt of the objections to a certificate of readiness, the moving party should file a written response with the Prothonotary and Court Administrator within 10 days of the date of filing of the objections and contemporaneously serve the response upon opposing counsel. The Prothonotary shall transmit the response to the objections to the Civil Deputy Court Administrator so the response can be considered along with the objections. The Court Administrator shall promptly deliver the certificate, objections, and any response thereto to the President Judge who shall promptly dispose of said objections. Failure to file such objections constitutes a waiver of any objections to the certificate of readiness, including, but not limited to, any claim that discovery has not been completed. If a summary judgment motion is contemplated by the non-moving party, that party must file objections to the certificate of readiness or the right to do so will be deemed waived.

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 10-2356. Filed for public inspection December 10, 2010, 9:00 a.m.]

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