§ 41.133. Procedural motions.
(a) This section applies to motions that pertain to the procedural aspects of a case, including motions for continuance, expedited consideration, extensions of time in which to file documents and stays of proceedings.
(b) Procedural motions must contain a statement indicating the nonmoving partys position on the relief requested or a statement that the moving party, after a reasonable effort, has been unable to determine the nonmoving partys position.
(c) If the parties consent to the relief requested, the request may be embodied in a letter, provided the letter indicates the consent of the other parties.
(d) Requests for extensions or continuances, whether in letter or motion form, must be accompanied by a proposed order.
(e) Procedural motions and responses may not be accompanied by supporting memoranda of law unless otherwise ordered by the Bureau.
This section cited in 55 Pa. Code § 41.81 (relating to consolidation of provider appeals); and 55 Pa. Code § 41.136 (relating to miscellaneous motions).
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