|1997 Rules of Appellate Procedure|
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RULE 64. MOTION FOR REHEARING
64.1 Time for Filing. A motion for rehearing may be filed with the Supreme Court clerk within 15 days from the date when the Court renders judgment or makes an order disposing of a petition for review. In exceptional cases, if justice requires, the Court may shorten the time within which the motion may be filed or even deny the right to file it altogether.
64.2 Contents. The motion must specify the points relied on for the rehearing.
64.3 Response and Decision. No response to a motion for rehearing need be filed unless the Court so requests. A motion will not be granted unless a response has been filed or requested by the Court. But in exceptional cases, if justice so requires, the Court may deny the right to file a response and act on a motion any time after it is filed
64.4 Second Motion. The Court will not consider a second motion for rehearing.
64.5 Extensions of Time . The Court may extend the time to file a motion for rehearing in the Supreme Court, if a motion complying with Rule 10(5)(b) is filed with the Court no later than 15 days after the last date for filing a motion for rehearing.
64.6 Length of Motion and Response. A motion or response must be no longer than 15 pages
Notes and Comments
Comment to 1997 change: This is former Rule 190. The service and notice provisions of former subdivisions (b) and (c) are deleted. See Rule 9.5. Other changes are made.
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