LR 7 PLEADINGS ALLOWED; FORM OF MOTIONS (b) Motions and Other Papers. (1) How Made. (A) Notes for Motion Calendar; Time for Filing. Any party desiring to bring any motion prior to trial, other than a motion for summary judgment, must file with the Clerk and serve all parties and the Judge at least five (5) court days before the date fixed for such hearing. A COPY OF THE MOTION AND ALL SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS SHALL BE DELIVERED TO THE DOUGLAS COUNTY COURTHOUSE OR MAILED TO THE JUDGE. THE MAILING ADDRESS FOR THE DOUGLAS COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE IS P. O. BOX 488, WATERVILLE, WASHINGTON 98858. The documents should include a Note for Motion, the motion and supporting documents. (i) Note for Motion - Dissolution Actions. See Washington Pattern Form. (ii) Other Actions. The note must contain the title of the court; the date, the time when the same shall be heard; the words "Note for Motion", the names of the attorneys for all parties or parties pro se; the nature of the motion; and by whom the motion is made. Attached as Exhibit A to this Rule is an example form of a Note for Motion that may be used for Douglas County cases. Any sections of Exhibit A that do not apply to the particular motion may be deleted from the form prior to filing. This note for motion must be signed by the attorney or party pro se filing the same, with the designation of the party represented. The note or other document shall provide a certificate of mailing of all documents relating to the motion. Responding documents and briefs must be filed with the Clerk and copies served on all parties and the Judge of Douglas County, no later than noon (2) court days prior to the hearing. Copies of any additional responding or reply documents must be filed with the Clerk and served on all parties no later than noon of the court day prior to the hearing. (D) Late Filing; Terms. Any material offered at a time later than required by this rule, upon objection of counsel, may be rejected by the Court, or the matter may be continued and the court may impose appropriate terms or sanctions.
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