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Generally, the party the filed the motion has a right to file a reply; but it ends there. So, if the other side filed a motion, then you would have a right to file a response to that motion; and then the other side would have a right to file a reply to your response. Usually, even if you get their reply even a day before the hearing most judges will not reset the hearing on those grounds since you will have an opportunity to argue your "surreply" [your reply to their reply] at the hearing.
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