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EVANS v. EAST COAST INTERMODAL SYSTEMS, INC. et al.
A89A0522.
POPE, Judge.
Action for damages. Wheeler Superior Court. Before Judge Lawson.
On April 15, 1988 plaintiff Daisey P. Evans filed a complaint against defendants for personal injury arising out of an automobile collision. Pursuant to plaintiff's consent to an extension of time to respond, defendants filed a timely answer to the complaint on June 27, 1988 along with interrogatories to plaintiff and a request to plaintiff for production of documents. Plaintiff failed to respond to defendants' discovery requests and on October 4, 1988 defendants filed a motion to dismiss. The order granting defendants' motion to dismiss was signed by the trial judge on October 7 and entered in the record by the clerk of the court on October 10, 1988. Plaintiff appeals on the ground that the court erred in failing to afford plaintiff thirty days in which to respond to the motion, pursuant to Rule 6.2 of the Uniform Superior Court Rules, before the motion to dismiss was granted.
App. 588 (379 SE2d 615) (1989).
Dickey, Whelchel, Brown & Readdick, John E. Bumgartner, for appellees.
Larsen & Larsen, W. Washington Larsen, Jr., for appellant.
DECIDED JUNE 1, 1989.
Thursday May 21 10:59 EDT


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