In the vast majority of cases, the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure will be the primary source of authority governing the practice and procedure to be followed. But in some instances, the primary source of authority will be statutory, and the applicable sections of the Ohio Revised Code may or may not be supplemented by the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure.
Browne, J. Patrick
"Local Rules of Court,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 13
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