(a) Proceedings upon filing.Upon the filing of a subsequent pleading, other than a petition, indicating the necessity
for a hearing, the court shall fix the time and place for the hearing.
(b) Notice.The notice of hearing shall be given by the clerk, unless otherwise ordered by the
court. The notice shall be dated the day it is issued, contain the name of the court and
the caption in the case.
(c) Notification by first class mail.Unless other provisions of this code expressly require service of process, notice
of motions and other pleadings filed subsequent to the petition in connection with
the case and any hearings to be held on such motions or other pleadings may be provided
by first class mail, postage prepaid, to any party or interested party who has been
served in accordance with K.S.A. 38-2237, and amendments thereto. Such notice shall be sent to the last address provided to the court by the party or
interested party in question. Failure to appear shall not invalidate notice by first class mail. Notice by mail is not required if the court orally notifies a party or interested
party of the time and place of the hearing.
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