02-031 C.M.R. ch. 350, § 7 - Motions and requests

A. General Requirements. Every motion or request for an order or ruling of any kind by the Superintendent shall be in writing, unless made on the record during a hearing to which the request or motion is related. Every request or motion should include or be accompanied by a clear and detailed statement of the facts that support the order or other action sought. The statement supporting the request or motion should also include any arguments with respect to policy or law that have a bearing on the request.
B. Form. Requests or motions and their supporting papers should be clearly labeled on the first page with a title that includes "motion" or "request," a short description of the action or order requested, and a caption sufficient to identify the matter to which the request or motion relates. If legal arguments are advanced, the supporting statement accompanying the motion shall include citations to all supporting authorities relied upon by the moving party.
C. Statements in Opposition. Any party opposing a motion shall file a statement in opposition to the motion or request within seven (7) days after service of the motion, unless some other period is established by the Superintendent.


02-031 C.M.R. ch. 350, § 7

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