Form Of Motion; Hearing

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CONDUCTING FAMILY PART
DISCOVERY

2005 Family Law Summer Institute
by Curtis J. Romanowski, Esq.

PERTINENT RULES OF COURT CONCERNING DISCOVERY

R. 1:6-2. Form of Motion; Hearing

(c) Civil and Family Part Discovery and Calendar Motions. Every motion in a civil case or a case in the Chancery Division, Family Part, not governed by paragraph (b), involving any aspect of pretrial discovery or the calendar, shall be listed for disposition only if accompanied by a certification stating that the attorney for the moving party has either (1) personally conferred orally or has made a specifically described good faith attempt to confer orally with the attorney for the opposing party in order to resolve the issues raised by the motion by agreement or consent order and that such effort at resolution has been unsuccessful, or



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