Motions and petitions shall state the relief sought, the authority relied upon, and
the facts alleged. If made before or after the hearing, these matters shall be in writing. If made at the hearing, they may be stated orally; but the presiding officer may
require that they be reduced to writing and filed and served on all parties in the
same manner as a formal motion. Motions, answers, and replies shall be addressed to the presiding officer, if the
case is pending before the officer. A repetitious motion will not be entertained.
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