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Standing Orders

Notice Regarding Arguable Civil Short Calendar Matters

In an effort to provide the Bench, the Bar and self-represented litigants with an efficient and uniform procedure for short calendar matters, the current short calendar process is revised. Effective February 28, 2009 the arguable and non-arguable status of certain filings is changed to standardize court staff coding and ensure uniformity with e-filed documents. This applies to pleadings filed on or after February 28, 2009 and effective with the calendars of March 16, 2009.  Motions will be coded and appear as arguable on the short calendar only if argument is permitted by the Practice Book rules.


Therefore, the standing order on Civil Short Calendar procedures effective February 28, 2009 is revised as follows:
 

  1. The following items will appear on the Civil Short Calendar as Arguable under section 11-18 (a) and (e) of the Practice Book:
  1. Motions for Permission to Withdraw Appearance
  2. Motions to Dismiss
  3. Motions to Strike
  4. Motions for Summary Judgment
  5. Motions for Judgment of foreclosure
  6. Motions for Judgment on the report of an attorney trial referee and/or hearing on any objections thereto

B.      The following items will appear on the Civil Short Calendar as Arguable under Practice Book section 11-18(e).

  1. Application for Discharge of Lis Pendens
  2. Application for Discharge of Mechanic's Lien
  3. Application for Order of Mandamus
  4. Application for Prejudgment Remedy
  5. Application for Prejudgment Remedy Hearing-Foreign Attachment
  6. Application for Prejudgment Remedy Hearing-Replevin
  7. Application to Confirm Arbitration Award
  8. Application to Vacate Arbitration Award
  9. Claim for Hearing to Contest PJR Application or for Exemption from Prejudgment Remedy
  10. Claim for Hearing to Dissolve/Modify Ex Parte Prejudgment Remedy
  11. Motion for Appointment of Receiver
  12. Motion for Disclosure of Assets
  13. Motion for Exemption from Execution
  14. Motion for Injunction
  15. Motion for Restraining Order
  16. Motion for Temporary Injunction
  17. Motion to Discharge Receiver
  18. Motion to Modify Wage Execution
  19. Notice of Application for Prejudgment Remedy/Hearing (JD-CV-53)
  20. Order to Show Cause
  21. Petition for Examination of Judgment Debtor
     

Barbara M. Quinn
The Honorable Barbara M. Quinn
Judge and Chief Court Administrator
 

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