Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 23

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(2) state with particularity the specific grounds on
which it is based;
(3) describe the relief sought;
(4)
not
be accompanied by a proposed implementing
order; and,
(5) if the appellant is represented, indicate whether the
motion is opposed and, if so, whether the moving party has
been advised that a response in opposition will be filed.
(b)
Response or Opposition.
(1)
Time to file
. Unless otherwise prescribed in these
Rules (
see
,
e.g.
, Rule 26(b)(2) (Computation and Extension of
Time–Opposition)), any party may file a response or
opposition to a motion not later than 14 days after service of
the motion; however, the Court may act on motions authorized
by Rule 8 (Suspension of Secretarial Action or Suspension of
Precedential Effect of Decision of This Court) after reasonable
notice of the motion has been provided to all parties. The
Court may shorten or extend the time for responding to any
motion.
(2)
Form of opposition
. Unless the Court orders
otherwise, an opposition to a motion shall be filed by an
opposing party in writing, and a motion will be considered
unopposed if such an opposition is not filed.
(c) Motions for Procedural Orders.
Notwithstanding
subsection (a) and except as provided in the next sentence, the
Court may act upon motions for procedural orders at any time
without awaiting a response, and, by rule or order of the Court,
the Clerk may dispose of motions for certain procedural orders.
The Clerk may act on motions to extend time for good cause
(but not for extraordinary circumstances) if the motion is not
opposed within 5 days after service on the other party.
See
Rule 26(b)(2) (Computation and Extension of Time–
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