SLCRLJ 56 (h) SUMMARY JUDGMENT MOTIONS AGAINST PRO SE LITIGANTS In all cases where a motion for summary judgment is brought against a litigant who is not represented by an attorney, the moving party must attach a copy of CRLJ 56 to the motion for summary judgment. Said copy shall be attached to the motion filed with the court and the copy of the motion served on the non-moving party. In the event a copy of said rule is not so attached, the motion shall be stricken subject to being re-noted without terms. [Formerly SLCRLJ 56 (h) adopted effective September 1, 1999; amended effective September 1, 2012]
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