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55 Pa. Code § 41.135. Dispositive motions.

§ 41.135. Dispositive motions.

 (a)  This section applies to dispositive motions.

 (b)  Motions for summary judgment or partial summary judgment and responses to those motions must conform to Pa.R.C.P. No. 1035.1—1035.5 (relating to motion for summary judgment).

 (c)  Dispositive motions must be accompanied by a supporting memorandum of law. The Bureau may deny a dispositive motion if a party fails to file a supporting memorandum of law.

 (d)  An affidavit or other document relied upon in support of a dispositive motion, response or reply, that is not already a part of the record, must be attached to the motion, response or reply or it will not be considered by the Bureau in ruling thereon.

Cross References

   This section cited in 55 Pa. Code §  41.81 (relating to consolidation of provider appeals); 55 Pa. Code §  41.92 (relating to expedited disposition procedure for certain appeals); 55 Pa. Code §  41.136 (relating to miscellaneous motions).

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