Sanctions Failure To Appear; Motions And Briefs

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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. 1:2-4 Sanctions: Failure to Appear; Motions and Briefs

(a) Failure to Appear. If without just excuse or because of failure to give reasonable attention to the matter, no appearance is made on behalf of a party on the call of a calendar, on the return of a motion, at a pretrial conference, settlement conference, or any other proceeding scheduled by the court, or on the day of trial, or if an application is made for an adjournment, the court may order any one or more of the following:



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