LCR 59. RECONSIDERATION AND RE-APPLICATION (a) Motion for Reconsideration. (1) Noting for hearing. As provided in CR 59(b), a party filing a motion for reconsideration will also file a note-up slip noting the motion for hearing on an appropriate law and motion docket, designating the judicial officer whose decision the motion seeks to reconsider. The date for hearing shall be at least ten days after filing of the motion. (2) Hearing. Upon receiving for filing a motion for reconsideration and note-up slip, the clerk shall cause the same to be delivered to the judicial officer whose decision the motion seeks to reconsider. The judicial officer will promptly determine, as provided in CR 59(e), whether the motion should be denied on its face, or, if not, whether the motion is to be heard on oral argument or submitted on briefs. The judicial officer will enter an order expressing such determinations, including a briefing schedule and a date for argument, when appropriate. The court administrator will cause copies of the order to be delivered to all counsel and unrepresented parties. (b) Re-application. When an order has been applied for and denied in whole or in part, or has been granted conditionally and the condition has not been performed, the same application for an order may not be presented to a different judicial officer unless that officer is clearly advised of the fact of the previous denial or unfulfilled condition. [Adopted September 1, 2005 as LR 14; amended and re-numbered effective September 1, 2012]
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