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Title 255—LOCAL COURT RULES

LYCOMING COUNTY

Amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure; Doc. No. MD-2019-00009

[49 Pa.B. 2347]
[Saturday, May 11, 2019]

Order

And Now, this 16th day of April 2019, it is hereby Ordered and Directed as follows:

 1. Lycoming County Rule of Civil Procedure L205.2(b)A6 is amended to replace the case monitoring notice in its entirety with the following case monitoring notice form.

 2. Lycoming County Rule of Civil Procedure L229 is added, as follows:

L229. Discontinuance. When a praecipe to withdraw, discontinue, or mark as settled is filed, it shall be accompanied by one copy. The prothonotary shall forward the copy to the court scheduling technician.

 3. The Prothonotary is directed to do the following:

 a. File one (1) certified copy of this order with the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts;

 b. Forward two (2) certified copies of this order and a computer disk containing the text of the local rules to the Legislative Reference Bureau for publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin; and

 c. Forward one (1) copy of this order to the Lycoming Law Association for publication in the local rules section of the Lycolaw.org website and to compile the rule revisions within the complete set of local rules no later than 30 days following publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

 4. The new rules shall become effective 30 days after the publication of this order in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

By the Court

NANCY L. BUTTS, 
President Judge

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, LYCOMING COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
CASE MONITORING NOTICE

_________________
:
Plaintiff
: DOCKET NO: ______
vs. :
: CIVIL ACTION
_________________
:
Defendant

I. This matter is:

 ______ Mortgage Foreclosure (file once an Answer has been filed).
Time needed for trial ____ (1 day) ____ (1/2 day).

 ______ Credit Card Collection Case (file once an Answer has been filed)
a) ____ Arbitration. ($50,000 or less) Time needed for discovery? ____ months
b) ____ Trial. Time needed for discovery? ____ months

 ______ Forfeiture (file once an Answer has been filed)

 ______ Administrative Agency Appeal (file with Notice of Appeal)

 ______ General Civil Case (file with Complaint):
a) ____ Arbitration. ($50,000 or less) Time needed for discovery? ____  months
b) ____ Fast track (4 month discovery period)
c) ____ Normal track (9 month discovery period)
d) ____ Complex track (12 month discovery period)
e) ____ Medical Malpractice (14 month discovery period)

 ______ Other. Action requested: __________

II. Jury trial demanded? ______ YES ______ NO

III. Please note any special scheduling concerns: __________

__________

Name of filing counsel or pro se party: _________________ for __________

Address: __________

Telephone number: __________

Email address: __________

Opposing counsel or pro se party:  _________________ for __________

Address: __________

Telephone number: __________

Email address: __________

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 19-687. Filed for public inspection May 10, 2019, 9:00 a.m.]



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