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§ 2-213. Motions for rehearing.

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   (A) A motion for rehearing and brief in support as referenced in § 2-113 may be E-Filed. Where E-Filing is used to file a motion for rehearing, service shall be made and proved through E-Service. The requirement of § 2-113(A) for filing a copy shall not apply to a motion for rehearing filed and served through E-Filing and E-Service.

   (B) [Reserved.]

   (C) [Reserved.]

   (D) [Reserved.]

   (E) Form of Brief. The brief in support of the motion for rehearing and any briefs in response to the motion for rehearing shall be in the same form as provided for all briefs in § 2-209(B).

   (F) Response. The response may be E-Filed. Where E-Filing is used to file a response, service shall be made and proved through E-Service. If no response will be E-Filed, the attorneys may notify the Clerk of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals through E-Filing. Where E-Filing is used to file the notice, service shall be made and proved through E-Service.

   (G) Filing and Service. Motions for rehearing may be E-Filed. Where E-Filing is used to file a motion for rehearing, service shall be made and proved through E-Service.

   (H) [Reserved.]

   (I) [Reserved.]

   (J) [Reserved.]

   (K) [Reserved.]

   (L) Briefs on Reargument. Briefs on Reargument may be E-Filed. Where E-Filing is used to file a brief on reargument, service shall be made and proved through E-Service. The proof of service automatically generated in E-Service replaces the proof of service required by § 2-113(L). The requirement of § 2-113(L) for filing a copy shall not apply to a brief on reargument filed and served through E-Filing and E‑Service. 

§ 2-213(A), (B), (F), (G), and (L) amended October 19, 2016.

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