Do I have any recourse in invalidating the Plaintiff's opposition to my motion on the grounds of him violating the rules of the Court where he hasn't allowed me enough court days (the local rules say to allow for at least 9 court days when serving opposition to a motion) to prepare a reply? Do I essentially file a reply and mention this very fact in the reply along with other statements objecting to his opposition, or can I object in a more expedient manner? Also, I have never filed a reply to an opposition to a motion, and am wondering if I have to pay a fee to file it. I paid $60 for filing the actual motion, but have not seen any fees posted for filing a reply. This Court is in California. Thank you very much for any information you may provide.This is a Motion to Strike Interest and Attorney Fees in a consumer debt lawsuit. The motion to strike was filed on the grounds that the Plaintiff's complaint asked for Attorney fees and interest, but the Complaint itself had no supporting evidence that would show that Plaintiff was entitled to attorney fees and interest.