Instructions to Set a Hearing and to Complete a Notice of Hearing

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A Notice of Hearing is a prepared legal document that invokes all parties to hear a motion and may be emitted by any party. Most notably the notice contains a time and date for the court clerk to amend schedule for and what motion will be attempted. Motions require both sides to be present.

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Instructions to set a hearing
  1. Look at the court’s calendar. You may have to go to the courthouse to view the calendar, or it may be available online.
  2. Contact the clerk to schedule a hearing.
  3. Include the date on your notice.
  4. File your motion.
  5. Send notice to the other parties in the case.
A Notice of Hearing is a prepared legal document that invokes all parties to hear a motion and may be emitted by any party. Most notably the notice contains a time and date for the court clerk to amend schedule for and what motion will be attempted. Motions require both sides to be present.
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