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Yes, formally what you file is a response to a motion for summary judgment. They could now file a reply to your response. But it's not common to submit such a reply unless your response raises arguments they didn't already address with their initial motion.
But they would need to have that done (usu. within 5 days of the hearing date). If they can't get it filed in time, then they would need to ask the court to continue the hearing date to a future date so they get more time.
all arguments have been addressed that was prev argued
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