Rule 6. Motions
Arizona Revised Statutes AnnotatedRules of Civil Appellate Procedure
Arizona Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure (ARCAP), Rule 6
Rule 6. Motions
(B) Statement. A motion for a procedural order must include a statement by the moving party of whether the other parties consent to, or object to, the entry of the order that is sought; or must explain the reasons why the moving party was unable to contact the other parties before filing the motion.
(2) Ruling and Later Review. A single judge of the appellate court may act on a motion for a procedural order. An appellate court also may authorize its clerk or other appellate court personnel to act on specified types of procedural motions. A party adversely affected by a procedural order may file a motion within 15 days after entry of the order requesting the court to vacate or modify the order. An appellate court on its own motion may review the granting or denial of a procedural motion by a single judge, an appellate clerk, or other appellate court personnel.
Amended April 2, 1981, effective July 1, 1982; April 28, 1983, effective Sept. 1, 1983. Amended June 10, 1997, effective Jan. 1, 1998; Jan. 24, 2001, effective June 1, 2001; Sept. 2, 2014, effective Jan. 1, 2015.
17B A. R. S. Civil Appellate Proc. Rules, Rule 6, AZ ST CIV A P Rule 6
State Court Rules are current with amendments received and effective through 12/15/22. The Code of Judicial Administration is current with amendments received through 12/15/22.
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