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Rule 1028(c)(5): A brief with two copies, containing a statement of facts, discussion of the issues and reference to all authorities relied upon, shall be filed with the Court Administrator before argument. A brief may not be filed with the Court Administrator until the matter has been listed for argument. The party seeking the order shall furnish the briefs and serve a copy of the brief upon opposing counsel or any unrepresented party fourteen (14) days before the date set for argument. The responding party shall furnish briefs in a similar manner seven (7) days before the date set for argument. Argument may be denied to any party who fails to comply with the filing requirements of this paragraph. If the party seeking the order has not filed a timely brief in accordance with this rule, the Court may deny the relief sought on that basis alone.