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by | Aug 21, 2019

Wednesday Wisdom

According to Section 731.11 of the RULES OF PRACTICE FOR THE SECOND, ELEVENTH AND THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICTS in AT2,
Motions to reargue a cause or to resettle an order or to amend a decision shall be made within 30 days
after the cause shall have been decided, except that for good cause shown, the court may consider any such
motion when made at a latter date.

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