SLRCLRJ 7 (b)(5) MOTIONS FOR ORDERS SHORTENING TIME No party shall seek a motion for order shortening time for hearing a motion unless said party has first notified opposing counsel or the opposing party(s) that such a motion will be sought. The moving party's motion shall be supported by an affidavit or declaration under penalty of perjury detailing the nature of the emergency necessitating the shortening of time and further stating that opposing counsel/party has been provided with a copy of the motion together and the time and place of the hearing wherein the moving party is seeking an order shortening time. Such affidavit or declaration shall state when and where opposing counsel was served with the motion and notice of hearing. The Court shall not grant an order shortening time unless it is satisfied that an emergency justifying the shortening of time truly exists and that the moving party has exercised due diligence in timely advising the opposing counsel/party of the hearing on said motion.
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