Texas Evidence Rules Courtroom Quick Reference: 2014

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Any finding or report by an expert appointed by the court shall be submitted upon completion to both the court and the parties. L. 97–291, §3, 96 Stat. 1249; Apr. 28, 1983, eff. The following is a non-exclusive list of motions that may be considered without a hearing, provided such motions do not affect the rights of a pro se debtor. (g) motions to obtain credit (11 U. When an appeal is taken from an interlocutory or final judgment granting, dissolving or denying an injunction, the court from which the appeal is taken, in its discretion, may suspend, modify, restore or grant an injunction during the pendency of the appeal upon such terms as to bond or otherwise as it considers proper for the security of the rights of the adverse party. (d) Stay Upon Appeal.

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Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: 2014 Edition

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Trustee’s fees, due and owing at the time of dismissal, must be immediately paid in full. (F) Disposition of Funds by Chapter 12 or 13 Trustee Upon Dismissal of Case. The technology has been licensed to a leading refrigeration manufacturer in order to scale production of the device at an affordable price. In determining the amount of the fee award, the court should consider, in addition to the information required to be submitted pursuant to R. 4:42-9, the following factors: (1) the financial circumstances of the parties; (2) the ability of the parties to pay their own fees or to contribute to the fees of the other party; (3) the reasonableness and good faith of the positions advanced by the parties; (4) the extent of the fees incurred by both parties; (5) any fees previously awarded; (6) the amount of fees previously paid to counsel by each party; (7) the results obtained: (8) the degree to which fees were incurred to enforce existing orders or to compel discovery; and (9) any other factor bearing on the fairness of an award. (1) An attorney may withdraw from the representation prior to the fixing of the trial date or the Matrimonial Early Settlement Panel hearing, whichever is earlier, upon the clients consent and in accordance with R. 1:11-2(a)(1).

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Federal Rules of Court: 2008 Edition

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Upon the debtor’s filing of a notice of conversion pursuant to 11 U. The repeal affects Health and Safety Code, Chapter 242; the Government Code, Chapter 2003; and the Human Resources Code, Chapter 32. All papers in substantively consolidated cases of two or more individual debtors shall contain in the case style the name of each debtor and the case number of the case into which the cases have been consolidated. MC: Boy Scouts can earn any of 121 different M. If dismissed, said pleadings shall be subject to reinstatement upon such conditions as the court may deem just. (c) Amendments.

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Rules Governing the Courts of Ohio, 1998/99

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The making of an excessive number of objections may itself constitute sanctionable conduct. The subpoena must be accompanied by a tender of a witness fee calculated at the rate of $30.00 per day for attendance and $0.25 per mile for travel from the witness' residence to the place of the trial or hearing. A person may instruct a deponent not to answer only when necessary to preserve a privilege, to enforce a limitation directed by the court, or to present a motion under paragraph (4). (2) The court may by order limit the time permitted for the conduct of a deposition, but must allow additional time if needed for a fair examination of the deponent or if the deponent or another person impedes or delays the examination. (3) If the court finds that any impediment, delay, or other conduct has frustrated the fair examination of the deponent, it may impose upon the persons responsible an appropriate sanction, including the reasonable costs and attorneys' fees incurred by any parties as a result thereof. (4) At any time during a deposition, on motion of a party or of the deponent and upon a showing that the examination is being conducted in bad faith or in such manner as unreasonably to annoy, embarrass, or oppress the deponent or party, the court in which the action is pending may order the officer conducting the examination to cease forthwith from taking the deposition, or may limit the scope and manner of the taking of the deposition as provided in Rule 26(c).

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A manual for the use of the General Court Volume 1931-32

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Proof of misconduct shall be established by a preponderance of the evidence. A person who exercises, or pretends to be entitled to exercise, any of the privileges of membership in the bar of this Court, when that person is not entitled to exercise such membership privileges, may be referred to the Standing Committee in addition to any action authorized by applicable law. (a) Permission to Appear. If service cannot be effected by mail, the court shall inactivate the complaint and attempt to verify the address by contacting plaintiff or the attorney filing the complaint or the postal service and thereafter shall attempt to re-serve defendant by mail.

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Illinois Court Rules and Procedure, Vol. IIIRules of the

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R. 1071-2(a) do not apply to cases filed under chapter 9. If a party seeks to have the arbitration hearing held elsewhere, the party shall submit a written request to the arbitrator and make a showing of good cause. Sections 11.104, 11.105 and 11.107 implement Insurance Code §843.071. Any concerned third State or sending State may provide additional information to assist the Court. 2.������� The Court may not proceed with a request for the surrender of a person without the consent of a sending State if, under article 98, paragraph 2, such a request would be inconsistent with obligations under an international agreement pursuant to which the consent of a sending State is required prior to the surrender of a person of that State to the Court.

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Supreme Court of Canada Practice 2011

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R. 1:5-1(a) (fourth and fifth sentences), 1:5-3(a). No formal pleading other than the affidavits and application provided by these rules may be required, since it is the intent of such hearings to determine the truthfulness and sufficiency of any affidavit, notice or service of any notice and to dispense fair and speedy justice. ����� (a) Except for extraordinary circumstances, an order to show cause hearing to determine whether a temporary writ of restitution shall issue pursuant to NRS 40.300 (3) may not occur until at least 11 calendar days after service of a summons and complaint upon the Defendant/Tenant. ����� (b) All orders issued requiring the Defendant/Tenant to show cause why a temporary writ should not be entered shall indicate that such hearing is not the trial on the merits, shall describe how such trial date will be set or indicate the trial date, and shall indicate that such trial will be set no earlier than 20 calendar days after service of summons and complaint. ����� (c) The process described at NRS 40.300 (3) shall not be used as a forum for a trial upon which a judgment for the restitution of the premises pursuant to NRS 40.360 may be entered. ����� (d) The court may not issue a temporary writ of restitution if the hearing considering such request occurs prior to 11 calendar days after the service of summons and complaint unless the court finds that extraordinary circumstances are present and enters those extraordinary circumstances in the record. ����� (e) If a hearing to determine whether a Temporary Writ of Restitution shall issue is scheduled pursuant to an Order to Show Cause, a Default Judgment shall not be entered until such hearing has occurred, notwithstanding the fact that time for answering has past. ����� In an eviction action, time to appear and defend may not be shortened to less than 10 calendar days after service of summons and complaint. ����� (a) In no case shall a trial on the merits be set less than 20 calendar days after service of summons and complaint. ����� (b) If the court issues an order to show cause why a temporary writ of restitution shall not be issued, it may notice on such order the date and time set for trial in addition to the date and time set for the temporary writ show cause hearing.

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Lackawanna/Luzerne County Court Rules 2015

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Notice of the filing of a motion for joint administration must provide for a twenty-one (21) day objection period. Responses to motions or requests filed under seal shall also be filed under seal. 3.������� A Chamber may, on a motion or request under sub-rule 1, hold a hearing, which shall be conducted in camera, to determine whether to order measures to prevent the release to the public or press and information agencies, of the identity or the location of a victim, a witness or other person at risk on account of testimony given by a witness by ordering, inter alia: ���������� (a)����� That the name of the victim, witness or other person at risk on account of testimony given by a witness or any information which could lead to his or her identification, be expunged from the public records of the Chamber; ���������� (b)����� That the Prosecutor, the defence or any other participant in the proceedings be prohibited from disclosing such information to a third party; ���������� (c)����� That testimony be presented by electronic or other special means, including the use of technical means enabling the alteration of pictures or voice, the use of audio-visual technology, in particular videoconferencing and closed-circuit television, and the exclusive use of the sound media; ���������� (d)����� That a pseudonym be used for a victim, a witness or other person at risk on account of testimony given by a witness; or ���������� (e)����� That a Chamber conduct part of its proceedings in camera. 1.������� Upon the motion of the Prosecutor or the defence, or upon the request of a witness or a victim or his or her legal representative, if any, or on its own motion, and after having consulted with the Victims and Witnesses Unit, as appropriate, a Chamber may, taking into account the views of the victim or witness, order special measures such as, but not limited to, measures to facilitate the testimony of a traumatized victim or witness, a child, an elderly person or a victim of sexual violence, pursuant to article 68, paragraphs 1 and 2.

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Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States. Promulgated

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Insurance Code §843.102 provides for an HMO to establish procedures to ensure that health care services are provided to enrollees under reasonable standards of quality of care that are consistent with prevailing professionally recognized standards of medical practice, and provides that the procedures must include mechanisms to ensure availability, accessibility, quality, and continuity of care. Although a response is provided to the specific question, there may be other facts and law relevant to the issue that the questioner has left out and which would make the reply unsuitable.

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Essays on Private Law: Foreign Law and Foreign Judgments

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C, title I, §11019(b), 116 Stat. 1825; Nov. 25, 2002, Pub. Ann. 32-202 (Repl. 1962) required mandatory notice when a defendant had already answered and superseded Ark. Under FRCP 53, both legal and equitable issues may be referred to a master regardless of whether a jury is involved. Section (a) has been changed somewhat by omitting a recitation of specific legal holidays within the definition of legal holiday.

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