Notice Before Hearing:
7 Business Days
Files at Hearing:
MOTIONS TO CANCEL
FORECLOSURE SALE WILL NOT BE HEARD ON MOTION CALENDAR.
REFER TO ADMINISTRATIVE MEMORANDUM 15-A 24 CA 01, EXHIBIT A FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION REGARDING THE SALES CANCELLATION CALENDAR.
To check if your case made the Court's calendar, please visit
the clerk of courts' website at:
All motions and notices must be uploaded to e-courtesy at least 7
business days before the scheduled hearing (after having filed the
notice/motion). E-filing is solely for the clerk's office. Anything
e-filed will NOT automatically upload to e-courtesy. Submissions
exceeding 50 pages must be delivered to chambers at least 72 hours prior to the
*THE COURT WILL HEAR NO MORE THAN TWO MOTIONS PER CASE PER
Telephonic appearances for motion calendar are
permitted. However, a motion, along with the Court's form order must be
submitted to e-courtesy under the proposed orders tab. Motions for
telephonic appearance must indicate the reason why a telephonic hearing is
needed. If the stated reason is that counsel has a hearing in another courthouse, the motion shall contain the name and case number of the other case. Please use the Court's form order found in "documents".
THE FOLLOWING MOTIONS MUST ALWAYS BE SET FOR
1. MOTIONS FOR COURT
2. MOTIONS TO
RESCHEDULE FORECLOSURE SALES
3. MOTIONS FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO EFFECTUATE
SERVICE OF PROCESS
4. MOTIONS TO CONTINUE TRIAL OR STRIKE TRIAL
DATES, EVEN IF AGREED TO (Motions
for continuance must indicate whether it is the first request for continuance.
If it is not, the number and date of prior continuance(s) must be included in
DO NOT SUBMIT PROPOSED ORDERS
ON E-COURTESY FOR MATTERS THAT ARE CONTESTED AND/OR ALREADY SET FOR HEARING.
To cancel a motion calendar hearing, the moving party must file a notice of cancellation and upload a copy of same to e-courtesy. If the hearing being cancelled is scheduled for the next calendar day, a copy of the notice of cancellation should also be emailed to chambers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
NOTE REGARDING "WALK-INS"
The Court does not allow
contested/disputed "add-ons" or "walk-ins" during a motion
calendar when the Court is in trial. If you are planning on
"walking in" to a motion calendar with opposing counsel for a
contested/disputed motion, please call the day prior to the date of the motion
calendar to make sure that the Judge is not in trial.