My question involves court procedures for the state of: Michigan
When filing a motion:
1. The filer's motion gets heard first. Correct?
2. The respondent's motion gets heard in RELATION to the filer's. Correct?
3. If filer files a "withdraw" to motion that relates to all of respondent's requests, the portion of motion should NOT be recognized?
Basically I am asking what is the order of procedure/precedence in regard to motions being listened to?
I thought that a "judge" had to listen to what is requested based on what the original motion and that a responding motion is only relevant because of initial filer's motion?
If i am correct please provide the MCL rules of court conduct.