Rule 30. Motions
(a) All motions will be filed in writing and will state with particularity the relief sought, the factual or legal grounds for requesting such relief, and will include a certificate of filing and service in accordance with Rule 39 (c). A copy will be served on opposing counsel and others who have entered an appearance in the proceedings.
(c) A reply to an answer to a motion may be filed no later than 5 days after the filing of the answer.
(d) Motions will be separately filed before the Court and shall not be incorporated in any other pleading.
(e) Once a notice of hearing has been given to counsel for the parties, motions may not be filed within 5 working days prior to the date on which such hearing is scheduled except by leave of the Court and for good cause shown.
(f) Oral motions presented by counsel by leave of the Court during a hearing shall be forthwith reduced to writing by the moving counsel and filed with the Court within 3 days after such hearing.
(g) Notwithstanding any other provision of these rules, the Court may immediately act on any motion without awaiting an answer or a reply, if it appears that the relief sought ought to be granted. Any party adversely affected by such action may request reconsideration, vacation, or modification of such action.