Notice Of Motion For Summary Judgment
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Notice Of Motion For Summary Judgment Form. This is a Indiana form and can be use in Bankruptcy Court Federal.
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LBF B-7056-1 (07/2015) [INSERT APPROPRIATE CASE OR ADVERSARY PROCEEDING CAPTION] NOTICE OF MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT A motion for summary judgment has been filed asking to have this matter decided against you, in whole or in part, without a trial. The motion claims there are no genuine issues of material fact and is based on the evidence presented in the affidavits and/or documents referenced in the motion or the argument that you are not able to offer admissible evidence in support of your position. The material facts set forth in the motion and accompanying affidavits/documents may be accepted as true unless you submit affidavits and/or other documentary evidence contradicting those assertions, along with a "statement of genuine issues" identifying the facts you dispute and any brief arguing your position. Your response to the motion must be filed within thirty days from the date the motion was served1 and comply with Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and local bankruptcy rule B-7056-1. Your response must include a "statement of genuine issues" identifying the facts you dispute and be accompanied by affidavits or other admissible evidence supporting your factual assertions. If you do not respond within the time required the court may rule against you. If you need more time to respond, you must file a motion asking the court for an extension of the deadline before it expires. The court may but is not required to give you more time. Copies of Rule 56 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and local bankruptcy rule B-7056-1 (N.D. Ind. L.B.R. B-7056-1) accompany this notice. Date: ____________ Signed: ________________ name: address: telephone: The date of service can be determined from the certificate of service accompanying the motion or by reviewing the docket at the clerk's office. 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com