ORDERS - PROPOSED
- All proposed orders shall comply with the Court’s Proposed Orders Guidelines, available online, and shall be otherwise formatted in accordance with the District Local Rules.
- No order or judgment will be entered where the date or signature of the Court is the only text on a page.
- Proposed orders and judgments shall be submitted electronically as instructed in the ECF User Manual, available online. Paper copies may be submitted only by self-represented parties.
- The proposed order shall be furnished electronically to the parties in interest affected by the order. If parties disagree on the form of an order, they must follow the Proposed Orders Guidelines, available online.
- All orders should be submitted within three (3) business days after the date of the hearing or expiration of the response deadline, unless directed otherwise by the Court or under a separate order-related provision contained within these rules.
Advisory Committee Notes
The amended rule includes stylistic changes to refer to applicable forms and the Local Rules Links page that provides links to various Official Forms and Local Forms, as well as other court resources like the Proposed Order Guidelines and ECF User Manual referenced in this rule.
The amended rule includes both stylistic and substantive changes. The format of subdivisions is changed to maintain a consistent style across all rules. Various subdivisions were amended to direct parties to the currently applicable standing orders regarding, and guidelines for, proposed orders. Subdivision (A) concerning the required elements of proposed orders has been eliminated as addressed by the guidelines.