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not in motion

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87) Significantly, the rule's "good cause" and "excusable neglect" provisions are intended to "prevent the moving party from springing new facts on the nonmoving party when it is too late to contest them.
69) Faced with such readily accessible evidence, judges "may be tempted to treat the evidence in a piecemeal rather than cumulative fashion, draw inferences against the nonmoving party, or discount the nonmoving party's evidence by weighing it against contradictory evidence.
l Electronic versions of newspapers, radio and nonmoving content of Web sites to be excluded from the bill.
6) Visit with a citizen at the station Police Department Officer's Daily Activity Report Criminal Arrest Felony 0 Misdemeanor 2 Traffic Arrest DWI 0 Warning 11 Moving 4 Nonmoving 2 Reports and Calls Accidents 2 Incidents 3 Other 6 Hours Spent Scheduled 10 On Details: Court 2 on Duty Others Logged/Notes: 1) Alarm call: 1416 Willow Street--false, human error 2) Alarm call: 1201 Oak Street--false, mechanical 3) Traffic assist: Salem Road and Prince Street 4) Road hazard: U.
Then there is a field with nonmoving fluffy toy bunnies.
Allow courts in child custody cases to prohibit a parent from moving more than 60 miles from other parent if move would cause undue hardship or expense for nonmoving parent in maintaining parenting time with child.
ALLPRINT Smart S marks moving and nonmoving products such as labels, glass and plastic bottles, cans, cardboards, and trays contact-free, clean and dry, permanent, chemical and (UV) light resistant, abrasion-proof, and falsification-safe.
But you can turn the nonmoving merchandise into a federal income tax deduction when you donate it to charity.
Examples of unproductive inventory include nonmoving stock, discontinued SKUs or slow sellers.
Under the program, city parking enforcement officers will videotape drivers near schools who commit such nonmoving violations as double-parking or parking in loading zones for extended periods of time.
Motor vehicle exhausts cause more than half of unintentional deaths from carbon monoxide -- and 83 percent of these deaths occur in nonmoving vehicles.
The decision to grant or deny a motion for summary judgment requires analysis of three, often interrelated, matters: 1) whether the issue is purely legal or factual, or somewhere in between; 2) whether resolution of a specific issue will affect the final outcome of the adjudication; and 3) if questions of fact are involved, whether a reasonable trier of fact could find for the nonmoving party.
The nonmoving of SC members -- which would have included China and Third World nations -- reflects a growing embarrassment for the Western powers: that the U.
By donating its excess, nonmoving inventory to charity, a corporation can earn an above cost federal income tax deduction, under Section 170 (e)(3) of the U.
In determining whether summary judgment is appropriate the court noted that it had to construe all facts and reasonable inferences in favor of the nonmoving party.