Caption; Refer to the Motion; refer to any hearing; "upon due consideration by the Court the motion to dismiss is granted."
If you're in Oregon federal court, you need not submit proposed orders to the court. If you're in Oregon district court, it's not really possible to answer this question without knowing the basis (or bases) on which you seek to have the pleading dismissed. For instance, it would need to be a judgment instead of an order if the granting of your motion results in the entire case getting dismissed. I'd suggest you request oral argument so the judge can decide on the motion in court and instruct the prevailing party to draft the order or judgment. If you're the prevailing party, you'll know what to put in the order or judgment based on what the judge rules.
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In Oregon state court you cannot usually submit a proposed order with the motion, as any proposed order has to be submitted with a certificate of readiness. The later basically is telling the court they can sign the order, but if the motion has not been heard and decided, then it is not ready.
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