Q: Is That Legal Or Illegal For A Judge To Not Rule On A Motion And And Rule In Favor Of Plaintiff Regarding A Court Case.
MOTION AS WRITTEN REQUEST NO ACTION OF THE COURT. BUT 10/22/2021Comment:STATES A DEFENDANT;0AU No.:001
Comment:KEYPOINTS 1:59-2:19. POSSESSION JUDGMENT ENTEREDComplaint No.:001
Comment:POSSESSION JUDGMENT ENTERED
MOTION IN WRITTEN BOX ONLY SAID. MD Cts & Jud Pro Code § 5-103 (2019) REGARDING THE REASON REGARDING. THE MD Real Prop Code § 14-132 (2019)
A COPY WAS E-MAILED To The Apposing Party Attorneys E-Mail As Provided The Same Day The Court Trial Was 2 Days Later I Was Not There For Court.
It Also Said That I Regarded A Postponement In The Court Comments.
(Comment:INDICATING HE WANTED TO REQUEST A POSTPONEMENT)
A: Your post is impossible to make sense of or know what happened. A judge rules on motions--it's his or her job. It's not "illegal," it's exacty what the judge is paid to do. If you are unhappy with the ruling, the rules of procedure provide that you may file a motion for reconsideration, or if you have reached the end of the case, file an appeal to rchallenge what the judge did or failed to do. You might be better served by consulting with a lawyer about your case and what, if anything, can be done to save the situation at this point.
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