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TCL > December 2001 Issue > Rule Change 2001(17) Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 59. Motions for Post-Trial Relief

The Colorado Lawyer
December 2001
Vol. 30, No. 12 [Page  199]

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Rule Change 2001(17) Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 59. Motions for Post-Trial Relief

Amended and Adopted

Rule 59. Motions for Post-Trial Relief

(a) Post-Trial Motions. Within 15 days of entry of judgment as provided in C.R.C.P. 58 or such greater time as the court may allow, a party may move for post-trial relief including:

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Motions for post-trial relief may be combined or asserted in the alternative. The motion shall state the ground asserted and the relief sought. If the judgment as defined in C.R.C.P. 54(a) is transmitted to the parties by mail, the date the time period commences shall be the date of mailing of the judgment, extended by three days pursuant to C.R.C.P. 6(e).

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Amended and Adopted by the Court, En Banc, October 11, 2001, effective immediately.

By the Court:

Gregory J. Hobbs, Jr.
Justice Colorado Supreme Court

 

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