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Dear bohica,

I am not sure what your question is, but I believe this refers to a previous questions. Sometimes a judge will draft their own order and send it to the parties. That may be what happened in your case.

Helena M. Nevicosi
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I was present at the hearing!!! I represented myself! I was NOT notified of the rulings!!! No memorandum of decision. No phone call. No letter from opposing attorney!!! There was NO proposed ORDER sent to me!!! The ORDER came in the mail—signed, sealed, and delivered!!! The judge has already signed the ORDER and the ORDER is the only notification I received about the rulings!!!