DATE: January 22, 1988 CIVIL ACTION NO. 87-329O
The enclosed document is returned because the Court has directed the Clerk not to accept for filing any document which does not conform to the requirements of the Rules of this Court or of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The reason for the return is:
The document was not signed. See F.R.Cv.P. 11.
There was no certificate of service. See F.R.Cv.P. 5(a).
Party(ies) full name, residence address (official address, if sued in an official capacity), or phone number not shown on first filing. See Local Rule 106(d).
Attorney's full name, address, phone number or bar identification number was not shown on pleading. & c Local Rule 106(d).
Pleading filed by out-of-town counsel was not signed by member of our Bar. See Local Rule 104(c).
Copy of pleading(s) was not supplied for the Court. See Local Rule 106(c).
Pleadings were not on letter size paper (11 inches long by 8 1/2 inches wide). See Local Rule 106(e).
Pleadings were not hole-punched. See Local Rule 106(e).
Statement of Points and Authorities exceeded 45 pages. See Local Rule 108(e).
Motion was not accompanied by a proposed order. See Local Rule 108(c).
A final Pretrial Order has been entered; therefore, no motion or discovery may be filed unless an exception has been granted. See Local Rule 209.
Motion for Summary Judgment was not accompanied by Statement of Undisputed Material Facts (or Opposition to Motion for Summary Judgment not accompanied by Statement of Genuine Issues). See Local Rule 108(h)
Answers, responses and objections to interrogatories or requests for admissions or for production of documents and motions to compel answers or responses, shall identify and quote each interrogatory or request in full immediately preceding the answer, response or objection. See Local Rule 207.
Order directing that discovery material not be filed has been entered in this case. See Local Rule 107(a).
OTHER: I left a message on 1/19/88 at 11:52 a.m., Why is a motion for leave to file an amended proposed order?
JAMES F. DAVEY, CLERK OF COURT
Gabrielle L. L. Davis