In federal court, I am filing a motion. I asked opposing parties for consent or disapproval. They all opposed. According to a local rule, I am supposed to ask them before I file. Since they opposed, I still file it, but do I note their opposition somewhere in the motion? If so, is there particular wording? thank you
You can note it in your supporting affidavit. Prior to filing motion asked opposing counsel and parties for their consent to the relief sought. They do not consent to such relief. Accordingly I am proceeding with this motion.
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