As mentioned in previous posts, Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Paul C. Ridgeway and Kellie Z. Myers adopted new Local Rules for the Tenth Judicial District (Wake County). These new Wake County Local Rules contain amendments to 5 local forms (Local Form 1 – 5) and include one new form (Local Form 6). You can also download a searchable PDF copy of the new rules and forms here.
Links to the New Wake County Local Forms
As a service to our existing and potential co-counsel who hire Ms. de Ondarza Simmons as North Carolina Trial Counsel in Wake County, North Carolina, we have created a link to the fillable PDF versions of the new and amended Wake Co. Local Forms. The amended and new local forms for general civil litigation include:
- Local Form 1 – Calendar Request
- Local Form 2 – Response to Notice – Case Management
- Local Form 3 – Wake County Civil Superior Court Condemnation Case Status Report
- Local Form 4 – Stipulated Order Extending Completion Date for Mediation and
- Local Form 5 – Request for Peremptory Setting.
The new local form for general civil litigation is:
- Local Form 6 – Motion and Order for Continuance of Civil Superior Court
(We will be putting up new Local Form 3 for eminent domain cases in Raleigh and Wake County in a later post.)
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PLUS, upcoming issues of North Carolina Local Counsel will have additional links to the other key North Carolina State Court forms and forms in the Federal District Courts from the Eastern District and Western District of North Carolina.
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