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Rule 8-10. Summary Judgment Procedure

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   A. The moving party shall submit a brief in support of the motion for summary judgment. The brief will set forth the basis for the motion (including the rule of procedure or statute under which the motion is filed) and a separate statement of each material fact as to which the moving party contends there is no genuine issue. As to each fact, the brief shall identify the specific document or portion thereof or discovery response or deposition testimony (by page and line) which it is claimed establishes the fact. The brief shall be submitted to the court and served on the opposing party at least 10 days prior to hearing.

   B. The party opposing a motion shall submit a brief in opposition to the motion for summary judgment. The brief will set forth a separate statement of each material fact as to which it contends there exists a genuine issue of material fact. As to each fact, the opposing party shall identify the specific documents or discovery response or deposition testimony (by page and line) which it is claimed establishes the genuine issue. The brief shall be submitted to the court and served on the moving party at least 24 hours prior to the hearing.

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