I was reading Pierce County court rules online. A motion for reconsideration or revision needs to be filed no later than ten days after the initial ruling, is what I'm understanding. What I do not understand is do they mean court days, as in skip the weekends...or calendar days, meaning weekends count? This is very confusing as they do not specify.
Usually in the case of 5 days or less then it will be court days and 6 days or more it will be calendar days.
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Please don't go by general rules of thumb in calculating how many days you have for something. The specific and clear law in Washington is that you have ten calendar days from the date of entry of the written order to file a motion for revision of a court commissioner's order. Good luck with your case.
You have 10 calendar days to file the motion to revise. You do not count the first day but you count the last day. If the 10th day is a non-court day (legal holiday, Saturday or Sunday) you must file the on the next court day. Be sure that you also serve the adverse party within the 10 time period.
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