General Orders of Division I
General Order In re Noting Motions for Hearing - March 2011
IN THE COURT OF APPEALS OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON
RAP 17.4(a)(2), amended effective September 1, 2010, provides that each division of the Court of Appeals will determine by General Order whether a party may note a motion for hearing in the Court of Appeals. Consistent with Division One's longstanding practice regarding motions decided by a commissioner, It is hereby
ORDERED that a party may note a motion to be decided by a commissioner for hearing. The party noting the motion should first contact the clerk’s office to determine available dates and times for a commissioner’s motion calendar. It is further
ORDERED that if the court determines that oral argument is not warranted on a motion that has been noted for hearing, or that oral argument is warranted on any motion that has not been noted for hearing, then the court will advise the parties.
Dated this __th day of March, 2011.
Stephen J. Dwyer, Chief Judge
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