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What is the format for Exhibit in a Motion ?

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Sorry for my silly question but I'm really don't know what is the correct format of attachments to a motion.

For example, I want to attach proofs of mailing and receiving when sending request for discovery as Exhibit A, how will you label these

attachments ? By hand or typing to these copies as Exhibit A ?

According to Civil Discovery Act in California, I need these proofs to support my motion as Plaintiff's attorney seems to ignore all of my attempts to request for documents.


2016 .040. A meet and confer declaration in support of a motion shall state facts showing a reasonable and good faith attempt at an informal resolution of each issue presented by the motion

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... but your exhibits generally would be attached to your declaration with bottom tabbed exhibit dividers and identified within the declaration, ie,

1. Attached hereto as Exhibit A is a true and correct copy of blah

2. Attached hereto as Exhibit B is a true and correct copy of blah

some courts require the exhibit pages be numbered consecutively from the beginning (of the declaration) which is why you should check local rules regarding stuff like that.

you should include copies of the letters you mailed including your proofs of mailing.

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