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in a coos county circuit court, oregon, mandatory arbitration hearing, pursuant to UTCR 13 and the local arbitration rules, the apposing did not serve lists of exhibits, or list of witnesses in the 14 day requierment. nor did either list have the required information as orderd by the arbitrator. can these exhibits still be enterd,do i have to file a formal motion to have them dismissed
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Sorry for a delay in response. You can file a motion to exclude the evidence (called "Motion in Limine"). The motion would be based on failure to comply with UTCR 13.

Here are some sample motions to exclude. None are exactly what you would file but good formats for a motion. You would base yours on the Civil Rule compliance not the other reasons of these motions:

http://www.millerandzois.com/samplemotions.html

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