You would not be "entitled" to a continuance of the hearing as a matter of right, but if you show "good cause", the court in its discretion may agree to grant a three day continuance.
It would be better if you could get the opposing party to stipulate to a 3 day continuance.
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It sounds like you did have time to prepare your papers, and mailed them. You should have filed them on Mon rather than mailing, and served other side either personal delivery at attys offc, or fax and mail, or fed ex/ups next day delivery. bring copies to the hearing.Ask a similar question
Getting the hearing continued is at the discretion of the judge. Try calling opposing counsel and agreeing to reschedule hearing.Ask a similar question