You have to be familiar with the local rules of civil procedure. Here in Ohio, the party opposing a summary judgment motion has thirty days to respond. In addition, you need to understand the concept of their burden of proof, and what types and forms of evidence are sufficient for the court to award summary judgment.
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The Court may establish or set a scheduling order for filing requirements regarding a Motion for Summary Disposition. The Motion is fact specific for your case, so an example response would be hard to find. Further, you need to take into consideration the burden of proof, statutory requirements, evidence issues, etc. You should consult with an attorney near you.
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You usually have 14 days from the time the motion was mailed to you to file a response. No particular format is needed, The paperwork should have included a notice of hearing. The response must be in 7 days prior to the hearing.