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I filed my CROSS-MOTION ,when I filed my response in opposition

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I filed my CROSS-MOTION ,when I filed my response in opposition prior to hearing motion for summary judgement,

2 weeks later, summary judgment was denied from court,

However, there is not any word about my Cross - motion,

Can the court ignore that?

or I ask for nearing date seperaterely?
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Did you seek anything in your cross-motion besides denial of the SJ by the other party?



Customer: replied 6 years ago.

yes, I need final summary judgement for me,

 

All their Cause of action was "Amended lease agreement",

 

Their attatching lease document with exhibit of their complaint was not in their,

also in my discovery done,

 

they do not have ,

 

So I filed my Cross - Motion for their failure supporting documents for,

 

Now, Other party filed "Notice for trial"

 

I opposed and filed motion to strike for Ttheir "Notice for trial"

 

Because , my Cross motion 's pendancy and I filed Motion Show cause to enforce Subpoena docume ts was prior to their "Notice for trial"

 

What should I do

 

Let's start again. I understand that they filed for SJ, and you filed for denial. But did you file for SJ for YOURSELF, or only to deny theirs?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

I did my Cross motion for court relief with same paper with my response in opposition for their MSJ,

 

At the hearing, I reminded to the Judge,

 

Their MSJ was denied 2 weeks later hearing,

 

But there is no word about my cross - motion for summary judgement

I see. In this case, it probably is simply human error. Call the clerk and explain that you had your own SJ, but it was not heard in Court and ask for a date/time for hearing and notice the other party. If the clerk says that they cannot do that for some reason, file a Non-Movant's First Amended Response to Movant's Summary Judgment where you CLEARLY state for your own SJ being sought, and THEN set it for a date/time for hearing as though it were a separate motion. The Judge will hear it as though you filed a separate SJ.

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.

So,

what I have bias,

 

Other party try to take advantage , maybe court error or mistake,

 

they might lose case with my summary cross motion,

 

that is why,

 

they filed "notice for trial, "

 

even prior to Court denial for their MSJ,

 

In this case ,

 

Court can not set the speedy trial date,

 

What is your comment?

If you are still within time to file a SJ, you can. It is VERY LIKELY that this is why they filed said motion for speedy trial, so as to bypass your chance for a SJ hearing. I advise you strongly to seek a SJ hearing like I described. Don't let them confuse you or the court.

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Thank you
You are very welcome.

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