Motion for Reargument Delaware
Upon a motion for reargument, the Court must determine whether its findings of fact, conclusions of law or judgment warrant reconsideration.
The Court should not grant a motion for reargument unless it has overlooked a decision or a principle of the law that would have had a controlling effect or unless the Court has misapplied the law or the facts so that the outcome of the case would have been affected.
Motions for reargument is not designed to accommodate a reargument of matters that were previously considered and determined. the State of Delaware v. Roseann H. Hawkins Revocable Trust, et al., J. Del. Pesco, C.A. 95C-08-207 SCD (Nov. 12, 1997).