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Rule 9072-1. Orders

Part IX. General Provisions

            A.         Form. The court may produce and enter standard orders, which may be a text-only docket entry, entered by court employees authorized by the judge, and which may be the only court order regarding the matter.

            B.         Proposed Orders. If a party desires specific language or if the court requests one, a party must submit a proposed order as a PDF or in a format compatible with Microsoft Word by email to A proposed order may not be combined with or attached to a motion.

            C.         Signed Orders. Any order containing the judge’s electronic signature has the same force and effect as if the judge affixed the judge’s signature to a paper copy of the order and it was entered on the docket.

            D.        Service. Unless otherwise ordered by the court, the clerk’s office will serve on all parties in interest only the notices and orders listed in Appendix Q. The clerk’s office may electronically serve certain orders only on parties registered with the CM/ECF System, including non-final orders, orders on procedural matters, or orders denying a motion without prejudice. If the court orders a movant serve a copy of an order, the movant must immediately serve it on parties in interest affected by the motion or order who do not receive notice from the CM/ECF System and must file a certificate of service under Local Rule 2002-1(B).