RAP 17.6: MOTION DECIDED BY RULING OF ORDER

(a) Motion Decided by Commissioner or Clerk. A commissioner or clerk decides a motion by a written ruling which includes a statement of the reason for the decision. The commissioner or clerk will file the ruling and serve a copy on the movant and all persons entitled to notice of the original motion.

(b) Motion Decided by Judges. Ordinarily the judges decide a motion by an order. The judges may decide a motion by an opinion. The clerk will notify the movant and all persons entitled to notice of the motion of the order made or opinion rendered by the court.

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