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Tenth Circuit - CO Dist
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Tenth Circuit - CO Dist
Tenth Circuit - CO Dist
Tenth Circuit - CO Dist

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 Proposed Order


 United States District Court
 District of Colorado

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 Format of Proposed Order

Local Rules Re Proposed Order

No General Orders

A general order attached to a motion (such as it is ordered or so ordered ) is not permitted. more...


A proposed order must be on separate document, bear a separate caption, and set out clearly the order s more...

Separate Document

Usually a proposed order is submitted as a separate document with its own caption. more...

Customary Language

After the caption, the proposed order might read as follows: more...

Upon the [plaintiff's/defendant's] Motion dated _______ for _______________ and[plaintiff/defendant having opposed the motion][or][there being no opposition to the motion], the Court, having considered the papers submitted and more...






Dated: [Month] ___ 200_


Additional Requirements

District of Colorado SmartRules Guide: GENERAL RULES AND FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS. more...

Copyright SmartRules 2003-2013 exclusive of the text of Government codes


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