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A request for hearing does not have to be complicated. You would type the style of the case at the top and then title the document "Plaintiff's / Defendant's Request for Hearing on Motion to XYZ".
Then, in the body of the document, you would simply say something like:
Plaintiff hereby requests a hearing on its motion to xyz.
Sometimes, based on the local rules, you have state that you conferred with opposing counsel about trying to resolve the matter without court intervention and that such attempts were unsuccessful.
Then at the bottom of the Request for Hearing document, you would have your signature line and contact information and a certificate of service to the other side. You would then file this with the court and sent the court a proposed order using the same format except the title would now be "Order on Plaintiff's Request for Hearing on Motion XYZ"
In the body of the proposed order, you would then state as follows:
The court, having considered plaintiff's request for hearing, hereby orders that a hearing be set on this XYZ motion on the ___ day of _________, 2012 at ___ a.m/p.m.
You would then include a signature line for the judge and once the judge signs the proposed order, you can send a copy of the order to the other side.
You would then ha
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