LR 56 SUMMARY JUDGMENT (a) through (h), Washington Court Rules Special setting. Douglas County summary judgments shall be heard by the Judge of Douglas County. ALL MOTIONS FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENTS IN DOUGLAS COUNTY MUST BE SPECIAL SET. SPECIAL SETTINGS SHALL BE OBTAINED BY CALLING JUDGES' CHAMBERS IN DOUGLAS COUNTY (745-9063 or 884-9430) AND REQUESTING TO SET A MATTER ON THE JUDGE'S CALENDAR. (j) Service and Filing. A WORKING COPY FOR THE JUDGE OF THE MOTION, ALL SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS AND ALL RESPONDING DOCUMENTS SHALL BE DELIVERED TO THE COURTHOUSE OR MAILED TO THE JUDGE AT THE TIME OF FILING THE ORIGINALS. THE MAILING ADDRESS FOR THE JUDGE IS P. O. BOX 488, WATERVILLE, WASHINGTON 98858-0488. IF WORKING COPIES ARE NOT RECEIVED, THE JUDGE MAY STRIKE THE HEARING. Where depositions or interrogatories are a part of the evidence relied upon, counsel's affidavits, briefs and arguments must cite the depositions or interrogatories by page and line. ANY MATERIAL OFFERED AT A TIME LATER THAN REQUIRED BY THIS RULE OVER OBJECTION OF COUNSEL SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED AND CONSIDERED BY THE COURT EXCEPT UPON THE IMPOSITION OF APPROPRIATE TERMS OR SANCTIONS, INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO A CONTINUANCE IF REQUESTED. Any motion for summary judgment or responsive pleadings to a motion for summary judgment shall list and identify all evidence the Court should consider. (k) Confirmation. On any motion for summary judgment in Douglas County, counsel for the moving party shall contact the Court Administrator three court days preceding the date set for hearing and advise whether the motion will be heard. If notification is not made, the motion may be stricken for resetting.
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