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Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.Ex-parte motions, if not sealed, are not generally private. The other party can indeed request the language of the motion as well as possibly seek a transcript (if one exists). Filing for an ex-parte generally still permits the other party to appear and defend the motion, it is just not generally necessary for the hearing to take place. Hope that helps!
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