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Rule 9-12. Summary Judgment Procedure

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   A. Hearings on a motion for summary judgment shall not be scheduled less than 30 days after the motion is filed.

   B. The moving party shall file a brief in support of the motion with the motion. The brief shall set forth the basis of the motion, including rules of procedure and statutory and case law. The brief shall set forth the elements of the claim, set forth each material fact for which the party contends there is no genuine issue to be tried, and identify the specific document, discovery response, or deposition testimony (by page and line) which is claimed to be an established fact.

   C. The party opposing the motion shall file an opposing brief within 20 days setting forth a statement of the elements of the claim, setting forth each material fact the party contends establishes a genuine issue of fact to be tried, and identifying the specific document, discovery response, or deposition testimony (by page and line) which is claimed to establish a factual issue.

Approved September 9, 2010.

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