Category: URCP056

Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 056. Summary judgment. Amend. Moves the special requirements for motions for summary judgment from Rule 7 to Rule 56. Conforms more closely to FRCP 56, but retains the requirement under Utah law that the party with the burden of proof on an issue must meet its initial burden to present materials in the record establishing that no genuine issue of material fact exists and that the party with the burden of proof is entitled to judgment as a matter of law.

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Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 007. Pleadings allowed; motions, memoranda, hearings, orders. Repeal and reenact. In conjunction with amendments to Rule 54 and Rule 58A, addresses the finality and appealability of orders and judgments. Integrates the memorandum supporting a motion with the motion itself. Regulates the process for citing supplemental authority. Prohibits proposed orders before a decision, except for specified motions. Requires an objection to evidence, rather than a motion to strike evidence. Requires a counter-motion rather than a motion in the opposing memorandum. Includes other provisions regulating motion practice.
URCP 054. Judgment; costs. Amend. In conjunction with amendments to Rule 58A, addresses the finality and appealability of judgments. Conforms more closely to FRCP 54.
URCP 058A. Entry of judgment; abstract of judgment. Amend. In conjunction with amendments to Rule 54, addresses the finality and appealability of judgments. Conforms more closely to FRCP 58. Requires that a judgment be set forth in a separate document. If a separate document is not prepared, establishes the date on which the decision, however designated, becomes final and appealable.
URCP 101. Motion practice before court commissioners. Amend. Modifies deadlines and procedures for motions presented to court commissioners.

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Rules of Civil Procedure

URCP 45. Subpoena. Amend. Correct reference to Rule 4 regarding methods of serving subpoena
URCP 47. Jurors. Amend. Conforms rule regulating conversing with jurors to caselaw.
URCP 56. Summary judgment. Amend. Corrects reference to URCP 7. Technical amendments.
URCP 63. Disability or disqualification of a judge. Amend. Advises the judge regarding voluntary recusal upon remand after reversal.
URCP 64. Writs in general. New. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64A. Prejudgment writs in general. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64B. Writ of replevin. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64C. Writ of attachment. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64D. Writ of garnishment. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64E. Writ of execution. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 64F. Waiver of bond or undertaking. Repeal. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 66. Receivers. Repeal and reenact. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures.
URCP 69. Execution and proceedings supplemental thereto. Repeal. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures. Substantial changes to seizure and sale of property.
URCP 69A. Seizure of property. New. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures. Substantial changes to seizure and sale of property.
URCP 69B. Sale of property; delivery of property. New. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures. Substantial changes to seizure and sale of property.
URCP 69C. Redemption of real property after sale. New. Substantial reorganization of rules regulating writs for the seizure of property. Substantial changes to procedures. Substantial changes to seizure and sale of property.

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