445 R.I. Code R. § 445-RICR-00-00-1.17 - Motions

Current through December, 23, 2021

A. General - Other than oral motions made during a hearing, any application to the Board to take any action or to enter any order after commencement of a proceeding or after commencement of an investigation by the Board shall be made in writing, shall be filed with the Coordinator, shall state specifically the grounds therefor, shall set forth the action or order sought, and shall be served upon all person entitled thereto by these rules.
B. Delay of Proceeding - Except as otherwise directed by the Board, the filing of a motion, either prior to or during any proceeding, and any action thereon, shall not delay the conduct of such proceeding.
C. Objections - Any party objecting to a written motion filed pursuant to this rule shall within five (5) days of the service of the motion, file an objection thereto in writing setting forth in detail the grounds for the objection. The time for filing objections may be varied by order of the Board.


445 R.I. Code R. § 445-RICR-00-00-1.17
Amended effective November 28, 2018

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