Kan. R. Rel. Dist. Ct. 166

As amended through June 28, 2022
Rule 166 - Time for Ruling on Motion; Matter Taken under Advisement
(a) Ruling on Motion. A judge of the district court must issue a ruling on a civil motion not later than 30 days after the motion's final submission except for a ruling on a motion for summary judgment, which must be issued not later than 60 days after final submission.
(b) Ruling on Other Civil Matter Taken Under Advisement. A judge of the district court who takes under advisement a civil matter other than a motion must issue a ruling on the matter not later than 90 days after the matter's submission.
(c) Reporting Requirement. If a judge of the district court fails to issue a ruling within the time required under subsection (a) or (b), the judge must - not later than 7 days after the expiration of the time period - file with the judicial administrator a written report stating the title of the case and case number, the nature of the matter taken under advisement, and the reason the judge has not entered a judgment, ruling, or decision. The judicial administrator may require supplemental reports until final disposition of the matter taken under advisement and must furnish copies of all reports received to the appropriate departmental justice.

Kan. R. Rel. Dist. Ct. 166

Am. effective December 11, 1980; Am. effective July 1, 2010; Am. effective July 1, 2012.