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§ 2-207. Summary Dispositions.

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   (A) [Reserved.]

   (B) Motions for Summary Dismissal or Affirmance.

   (1) The motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction referenced in § 2-107(B)(1) may be filed through appellate E-Filing in the format specified by § 2-200(E)(2). Where appellate E-Filing is used to file a motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction, service shall be made and proved through appellate E-Service.

   (2) The motion to affirm referenced in § 2-107(B)(2) may be filed through appellate E-Filing in the format specified by § 2-200(E)(2). Where appellate E-Filing is used to file a motion to affirm, service shall be made and proved through appellate E-Service.

   (3) [Reserved.]

   (4) Any written objections to any motion referenced in § 2-107 may be filed through appellate E-Filing in the format specified by § 2-200(E)(2). Where appellate E-Filing is used to file an objection, service shall be made and proved through appellate E-Service.

   (5) [Reserved.]

   (6) [Reserved.]

   (7) The motion referenced in § 2-107(B)(7) may be filed and served through appellate E-Filing in the format specified by § 2-200(E)(2). Where appellate E-Filing is used to file a motion referenced in § 2-107(B)(7), service shall be made and proved through appellate E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in appellate E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-107(B)(7). The requirement of § 2-107(B)(7) for filing a copy shall not apply to a motion filed and served through appellate E-Filing and appellate E-Service.

   (8) [Reserved.]

   (C) Stipulation of Parties for Summary Reversal.

   (1) [Reserved.]

   (2) The stipulation of the parties for summary reversal referenced in § 2-107(C) may be filed through appellate E-Filing in the format specified by § 2-200(E)(2). Where appellate E-Filing is used to file a stipulation for summary reversal, service shall be made and proved through appellate E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in appellate E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-107(C). The requirement of § 2-107(B)(7) for filing a copy shall not apply to a stipulation for summary reversal filed and served through appellate E-Filing and appellate E-Service.

   (D) Suggestion of Mootness in Prison Disciplinary and Postconviction Relief Appeals. The "suggestion of mootness" and any objections referenced in § 2-107(D) may be filed through appellate E-Filing in the format specified by § 2-200(E)(2). Where appellate E-Filing is used to file a suggestion of mootness or an objection, service shall be made and proved through appellate E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in appellate E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-107(D)(2)(e). The requirement of § 2-107(D)(2)(e) for filing a copy shall not apply to a motion, objection, or supporting brief filed and served through appellate E-Filing and appellate E-Service. 

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