Rule 3034. Motion procedure to settle statement terms. 1. A party aggrieved by the failure of another to perform under a contract to submit a controversy, upon filing a statement, signed and acknowledged by the party, specifying the claim and the relief requested, may move for an order directing settlement of the terms of the statement, if necessary, and the determination of the controversy pursuant to the New York Simplified Procedure for Court Determination of Disputes. 2. Eight days notice of the motion, or such other notice as the court shall deem appropriate, shall be served upon the party alleged to be in default, in such manner as the court shall direct. 3. If there is no substantial question as to the making of the contract or submission, or the failure to comply therewith, the court shall proceed with the determination of the controversy pursuant to the simplified procedure and these rules. If the court shall find that a substantial issue of fact has been raised as to the making of the contract or submission, or the failure to comply therewith, and the motion shall not have been denied as a matter of law, the court shall proceed expeditiously with the trial thereof without a jury, unless either party upon argument of the motion shall have demanded in writing a trial by jury of the issue of the making of the contract or submission, in which event the court shall proceed as promptly as may be practicable with such trial before a jury.