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RULE 9017-1. HEARINGS UPON DECLARATIONS AND DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE; DESTRUCTION OF EXHIBITS

Chapter: 
PART IX. GENERAL PROVISIONS

A.         General.  Hearings scheduled on motions shall be governed by this Local Rule and the Docketing Standards for Evidence, Appendix "J."

B.      Supporting Documents.  Documents (declarations; affidavits) submitted in support of, or in opposition to motions shall be electronically filed.  A party may request to present oral testimony and/or physical evidence in support of, or in opposition to, a motion by filing and serving a request at least five days prior to the hearing.  Except in the case of motions for relief from automatic stay and objections to claims (see Neb. R. Bankr. P. 4001-1(C) and (E) and 3007-1(A) ), exhibits shall be electronically filed by the deadline set by the Court or at least three days prior to the hearing.  For electronically filed exhibits, follow the procedures outlined in Appendix "J."

C.      Destruction of Exhibits.  Unless ordered by the Court, all exhibits shall be electronically filed.  The Clerk shall retain paper exhibits for a period of 90 days after a final order is entered on a motion.  The Clerk shall discard exhibits without notice 90 days after final judgment or order has been entered.  On the date that the Clerk destroys or returns the exhibits, the Clerk shall enter a remark on the docket sheet stating the disposition and the date thereof.