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Good afternoon. Can you please share with me a little more about the situation? What was the hearing for? How was the other party notified and present and not you? Are you representing yourself?
Thank you for the reply. If nobody showed up, it would appear that was the basis for the denial. It did not have to do with an ex parte hearing, whereby it was just the Judge and another party behind closed doors, without anyone knowing. based upon what you shared, there was a hearing and the parties did not receive the property notice and as a result, the Judge simply denied it. However, if proper notice was not sent, there would be a basis to file a motion and ask for the order to be vacated and/or a re-hearing on this, advising that you never were placed on notice to appear and you have a right to be heard and this should be decided on the merits.
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