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 Motion for Extension of Time

 

 Circuit Court of Illinois
 Cook County

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 Timing

Before Entry of Judgment

On good cause shown, and just terms, the court may, in its discretion, grant an extension of time more...   

Before or After Relevant Deadline

On motion after notice to the opposing party, the court may grant an extension before or after the more...

Regular or Emergency Motion

This Procedural Guide covers the process for bringing a motion for continuance or extension on the Court's regular more...

 Cook County Motion Practice

Consult Individual Judge's Calendar and Standing Orders

Individual Cook County judges have their own calendars, and certain judges have issued standing orders and forms for more...

File Motion and Motion Slip

To get on the "regular motion call", the moving party must complete a "motion slip" and present the more...

Service of Motion

In practice, the motion, along with the notice of filing and notice of hearing, are usually mailed to more...

The Cook County Circuit Court Rules provide that the certificate of service and a copy of the motion more...

Memorandum In Support of Motion

In practice, there is often very little written briefing of motions, unless and until, at the initial hearing, more...

The Cook County Circuit Court Rules provide that, for non-discovery motions, the moving party may serve on all more...

Opposition and Reply Papers

In practice, no opposition or reply briefs are usually filed unless the judge sets a briefing schedule at more...

The Cook County Circuit Court Rules provide that, an opposing party "may serve an answering memorandum within twenty-eight more...

Failure To File Supporting or Answering Memoranda

Failure to file a supporting or answering memorandum shall not be deemed to be a waiver of the more...

Notice of Hearing

The moving party must serve a written notice of hearing of the motion. .In practice, the notice of hearing (along with the motion and notice of filing) is usually served by more...

The Cook County Circuit Court Rules provide that if notice is personally served, the notice shall be delivered more...

Hearing Must Occur Within Ninety (90) Days of Filing the Motion

A hearing on any filed motion must be heard within ninety (90) days of the filing or the more...

Moving Party Must File All Relevant Papers With Judge at Least Three (3) Days Before Hearing

The moving party must file copies of all memoranda and relevant pleadings with the judge assigned to hear more...

Judge May Rule on Motion or Enter Briefing Schedule at Hearing

It is settled practice in Cook County for the judge to rule on a motion (other than dispositive more...

 Rules & Requirements

Local Rule -- Motions Affecting Calendar

Regardless of the existence of a trial date, motions affecting the court calendar, such as motions to consolidate, more...

Court Has Discretion Prior to Entry of Judgment

On good cause shown, and just terms, the court may, in its discretion, grant an extension of time more...

Building Code Violations

In actions involving building code violations, the party seeking extension must submit a written motion specifying the reasons more...

Religious Observance

If a party's attorney is a member of a religious faith that dictates that the individual refrain from more...

Filing Deadline Not Deadline For Hearing

No provision in these rules or in the Civil Practice Law prescribing a period for filing a motion more...

 Motion Papers

Notice of Hearing

Required

Except in actions appearing on the daily trial call or during the trial, written notice of the hearing more...

Content of Notice

A notice of hearing must show the title and number of the action, the name of the judge more...

Notice of Motion, Motion and Blank Order forms are available on the Clerk of the Cook County Circuit more...

Caption

All must be "entitled in the court and cause" and the "plaintiff's name shall be placed first." more...

Local Rule -- Cook County Caption

All papers filed with the Circuit Court of Cook County must contain in the caption the words "IN more...

Cook County G.O. 6.1: . more...

Name and Address of Responsible Party

All filed in the cause or served on an opposing party must bear the name and business address and more...

Indicate If Service Permitted by Fax

If service by facsimile is permitted for the case, and the party filing the will accept facsimile service, the more...

Memorandum Not Strictly Required

The moving party has the option to include with the motion a "short concise memorandum in support of more...

Local Rule -- Page Limit for "Contested" Motions

Contested motions are any motions not set for hearing on the judges' regular motion call.Each judge handles contested motions differently, a directory with links to each judge's calendar and standing orders (if more...

Citations to Authority and Exhibits

Citation of Illinois cases filed prior to July 1, 2011, and published in the Illinois Official Reports

Signature

Every pleading, motion, or other paper must be signed by at least one attorney of record, and the more...

By signing a paper, the signer certifies: more...

The Court may impose sanctions against anyone who signs a document in violation of any of these requirements. more...

Additional Formatting Requirements

Cook County SmartRules procedural guide: GENERALLY APPLICABLE RULES AND FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS. more...

 Additional Documents

Proposed Order

For contested motions, it is customary to prepare a draft order granting the relief sought, but to bring more...

For uncontested or routine motions, it is customary to file and serve a copy of a proposed order more...

Cook County SmartRules procedural guide: PROPOSED ORDER. more...

 Filing & Service

Consult Individual Judge's Calendar and Standing Orders

Individual Cook County judge's have their own calendars, and certain judges have issued standing orders and forms for proceedings more...

Filing

Electronic Filing and Service Pilot Program

There is an e-filing and service pilot program for the Commercial Litigation Section of the Law Division. more...

Traditional Filing and Service Rules

Moving Party -- File Moving Documents For Assignment of Hearing Date

The moving party must file motion documents at the "spindle counter" to receive assignment of a hearing date. more...

Moving Party Must File All Relevant Documents With Judge 3 Days Before Hearing

For all motions other than discovery motions, the moving party must file copies of all memoranda and relevant more...

Proof of Service

Proof of service must be filed with the Court. . more...

Method

Cook County SmartRules procedural guide: FILING DOCUMENTS. more...

Service of Motion Documents

Customarily, motion papers, the notice of filing and the notice of hearing are all served by mail on more...

The Cook County Circuit Court Rules provide that a copy of the motion and a certificate of service more...

Opposition and Reply Papers

Customarily, written opposition and reply papers are not served unless and until the judge sets a briefing schedule more...

The Cook County Circuit Court Rules provide that an opposing party "may serve an answering memorandum within 28 more...

Written Appearance

If a written appearance, general or special, is filed, copies of the appearance shall be served in the more...

Cook County Filing Fees

The schedule of Cook County filing fees is available online at: . more...

 Hearing & Disposition

Local Rule -- Continuing Hearing for Contested Motions

Except in an emergency, no contested motion will be rescheduled unless the request is made in advance. more...

Ruling and Order

Whenever the court rules on a motion other than in the course of trial, the attorney for the more...

Local Rule Regarding Order

An attorney who has an order entered shall send copies to all other attorneys of record within 72 more...

Telephone Conference

Unless disallowed by local rule, the judge may, on the request of any party, direct that motions be more...

Calling the Motion for Hearing

Any involved party may call the motion up for hearing and disposition before or after the filing period. more...

Local Rule -- Moving Party Must Call Hearing Within Ninety (90) Days

The burden of calling for hearing a previously filed motion is on the party making the motion. more...

Emergency Hearing Without Notice

Emergency motions and law-approved motions may, in the discretion of the court, be heard without prior notice and without calling the motion more...

Notice After Emergency Hearing

If a motion is heard without prior notice, the attorney obtaining the order must serve written notice on more...

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