Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 13

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(Intervenor's Brief); Rule 27(b) (Motions–Response or
Opposition).
(c)
In Extraordinary Circumstances.
After the
expiration of the time limit set in subsection (a) or (b),
intervention will be permitted only on a finding of
extraordinary circumstances.
(d) In Petitions for Writ of Mandamus.
A person
who seeks to intervene in a petition for writ of mandamus shall
submit for filing with the Clerk a motion for permission to
intervene and serve a copy on all parties within a reasonable
time after the date of the Clerk's notice of docketing (
see
Rule
4(b)(3) (Notice of docketing)). The motion shall contain a
concise statement of the interest of the moving person or party
and the grounds upon which he or she seeks intervention.
See
also
Rule 28(d) (Intervenor's Brief); Rule 27(b) (Motions–
Response or Opposition).
RULES 16 THROUGH 20. (RESERVED)
RULE 21. EXTRAORDINARY RELIEF
(a)
Petition: Service, Content, and Filing.
Extraordinary relief from the Court may only be sought by
filing a petition with the Clerk with proof of service on the
respondent(s), the Secretary (if not a respondent), and any
other party in interest. The petition shall –
(1) state the precise relief sought;
(2) state the facts necessary to understand the issues
presented by the petition;
(3) state the reasons why the Court should grant the
petition, including why the petitioner has a clear and
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