Can you leave the ex-parte documents with the court clerk or judge clerk for the judge's approval? Some Said not, is this true?
Rule 3.1207. Appearance requirements
An applicant for an ex parte order must appear, either in person or by telephone under rule 3.670, except in the following cases:
(1) Applications to file a memorandum in excess of the applicable page limit;
(2) Applications for extensions of time to serve pleadings;
I believe that serving and then filing the papers is all that is required to start the ex parte
Yes, generally, this will be chambers work, in that the judge will grant the request in his chambers and no appearance in court will be required.
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