19A.15 Scheduling Review
In non-emergency matters, a scheduling review may be held prior to the hearing date by the judge or the judge's designee. At the scheduling review all reports, documents, stipulations, agreements, and proposed agreed orders will be tendered to the court. If any required report, document, stipulation, agreement, or proposed agreed order cannot be tendered at the scheduling review, the reason for the failure to tender and the date the court can expect to receive it shall be given. The hearing will then either be rescheduled or the parties held to the original hearing date.
[Adopted December 31, 1992, effective January 4, 1993.]