Is there a "lazy judge rule" for civil procedure in WA state?

In Indiana: Failure to Rule on a Motion and Delay of Judgments Under T.R. 53.2, if a judge takes a cause tried to the court under advisement and fails to determine any issue of law or fact within ninety (90) days of the submission of all pending matters, the case may be withdrawn from the judge. Ind. T.R. 53.2(A).Trial Rule 53.1 and 53.2 https://www.in.gov/courts/iocs/files/pubs-trial-court-failure-to-rule-on-motion-and-delay-of-judgments.pdf

In California: Every California judge is familiar with the requirement to issue timely decisions under a constitutional provision (Article VI, Section 19) that sets a deadline for judicial decisions: 90 days after the matter is submitted for decision. https://www.manatt.com/manatt/media/Media/PDF/05-Understanding-the-90-Day-Rule,-30-LA-Lawyer-11,-Dec-2007.pdf

WA Constitution SECTION 20 DECISIONS, WHEN TO BE MADE. Every cause submitted to a judge of a superior court for his decision shall be decided by him within ninety days from the submission thereof


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