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TAITZ v FUDDY Rep to Opp Amd Recon2

TAITZ v FUDDY Rep to Opp Amd Recon2

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Dr.Orly
Taitz,
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29839SantaMargaritaste100RanchoSantaMarJaritaCA92688
Ph949~683-5411fax949-766-7603
INHISOFFICIAL
CAPAOTY
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THE
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STATEOF
HAWAII
QROJrrCOURTFORTHEFIRSTCIRaJrrHONOWW,
HAWAII
)PETITIONFORAWRITOFMANDAMUS)REQUESTFORINSPECTIONOFRECORDS
UNDER
UN'FIED
INFORMATIONPRACTfCESACT)STATUTE92F,
STATE
OF
HAWAJI
)ctVSll1-1-1731-08
)HON.RHONDA
NISHIMURAPRESIDING
LOREnAFUDDY.N
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FILED
AUGUST
10~2011
DlREO"OROFTHEOEPAATMENTOF
HEALTH)
AGENCYAPPEALSTATEOFHAWAII,}DATEOF
HEARING:DR.ALVIN
T.
ONAKA,}
January
6,2012,
9!OOAM
)Replytoopposition
to
Amended
)EMERGENCYMOTIONFORREHEARING
)MOTION
TOSTAYFINALORDERPENDING
)REHEARrNG
DR.
CRl
YTAIn.ESQPLAINTIFF
Dr.OrlyTaitz,Esq.("Taitz")herebyrepliestoDefendants'OppositiontoMotionforRehearing/Reconsiderationasfollows:
Rule60.ReliefFromJudgmeutorOrder(b)
MJsta.kn;
Inad\'ertetlft;ExcwableNegleoct;NewlyDhcoveredEvideau;Fnlud,
de.
Onmotionanduponsuchtermsasare
just,
thecourtmay
relieve
a
party
ora
party's
legal
representativefroma
final
judgment,order.or
proceeding
for
thefollowingreasons:(1)
mistake~
inadvertence,surprise,orexcusableneglect;(2)
newly
discoveredevidence
which
by
due
diligence
could
nothave
been
discovered
in
time
to
moveforanew
trial
under
Rule59(b);
(3)fnud(whetherheretoforedenominatedintrinsicorextrinsic),misrepresentation,orother
misconductofanadverse
party;
(4)
the
judgment
isvoid;(5)
the
judgment
has
been
satisfied,
released,ordischarged,orapriorjuqment
upon
which
it
is
based
has
been
reversed
or
otherwisevacated,or
itis
nolonger
equitablethat
the
judgment
shouldhaveprospective
application;or(6)
aDY
otherreuo.
jaHifyiag
relief
fro...
die
operadoaof
tM
jadpeol
The
motionshallbe
rnadewithin
areasonable
time.
and
for
reasons(1),(2).and(3)
not
mon:
than
one
year
after
the
judgment,
order,
orproceeding
was
enteredortaken.
A
motion
under
this
subdivision(b)doesnot
affect
the
finality
ofajudgment
or
suspend
its
operation.HawaiiRules
ofCivilProcedureRule60.
Taitz
v
fuddV
Replvto
Oppositionto
AmendedMotion
for
Reconsideration
1
=-
JAN-
3
2012
 
Asnoted
in
Defendants'Opposition,thecourtretainstheinherentpowertoreconsideranearJierruling
atany
timeprior
to
the
entryof
final
judgment
Accordingto
Coo
v,
State.
115Haw.373,384,168,P.3d17,28
(2007)1
Uit
isaxiomatic
that
thetrialcourtsretaininherentauthority
to
reviseinterimorinterlocutoryordersanytimebeforeentryofjudgment.See
Abada
v.
CharlesSchwab
&
Co.,
127F.Supp.2d1101,1102(S.D.Cal.2000).Interlocutoryordersandrulingsmadepre-trialmaybeconsideredandreversedforanyreasonthetrialjudgedeemssufficient,even
in
theabsenceofnewevidenceoraninterveningchangeinorclarificationofcontrollinglawatanytimepriortofinaljudgmentwhen
the
initialorderwasclearlyerroneousorwouldworkmanifestinjustice."The
Court
in
Cho
also
stated,
"WeagreewiththeStateto
the
extentthatthetrialcourthasinherentpowertoreconsiderinterlocutoryorders.See,e.g.,
Fayetteville
investors
v.CommercialBuilders,
Inc.,
936F.2d1462,
1469
(4th
Cir.l99I)("Aninterlocutoryorderissubject
to
reconsiderationatanytimepriortotheentryofa
:final
judgment");b);"[rjather,themotionmustbeconsideredtobe
directed
tothe
court'sPetersonv.
Lindner.
765
F.2d
698,704(7thCir.1985)
(motionsfor·reconsiderationofinterlocutoryordercannot
be
properlycharacterizedasamotionunderFRCPRule6O(inherentpowertomodifyorrescind
interlocutory
orderspriorto
final
judgment")(citation
omitted).
"Ofcourse,iftheorder[is
J
interlocutory.{thetrialcourt]ba[s]thepower
to
reconsider
Ta
jtz
vFuddyReptytoOpposJtiontoAmendedMotionfor
Reconsideration
2
 
it
atanytimebeforefinaljudgment,"Id.(citationomitted).
Coo
v.State,
115Haw.
373,384
t
168P.Jd17,28(2007).
Moreover,Hawaiilawisclear
that,
"The
trial
court'srulingonamotionfor
reconsiderationisreviewedundertheabuseofdiscretionstaadard."
Assn
ofApartmentOwnersofWaileaElua
v,
WaileaResortCo.,
looHawai'I97,110~58P.3d608,621(2002)(citationomitted).
An
abuseofdiscretionoccurs
if
the
trial
courthas"clearlyexceededtheboundsofreasonor
disreprded
ruJesorpriDciplesoflaworpractice
to
the
1I11bstaDtiai
detrim!Dtofa
party
Iitie@Dt"
(emphasisadded)
Amfac,
Inc.
v.
Waikilci
Beachcomber
Inv.
Co.•
74
Haw.
85.,114,839P.2d10,26(l992).Themoving
party
assertsnewfacts,dearerrorBodmanifestinjusticeoccurredinthisinstance.Thisisnotanattempt
to
simply
"relitigate"the
matters
presentedatthehearingontheoriginalmotion.Instead,itisarequestforreconsiderationbasedontheprincipalsofDewfaeta,clearerror
aDd
maaifestinjustice:I.Rule60(b)NEWFACfS
8.
OBAMABALLOTCHALLENGEPROCEEDEDTOTHESUPREMECOURTOFNEWHAMPSHIRE,MIGHTBEINTHESUPRE:MECOURT
OFTHE
us,
BYTHEDATE
OF
THEJANUARY6HEARING
raja
v
FuddyReplvtoOpposition
to
AmendedMotionJorReconsideration3

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