The closing parenthesis or bracket in a call to a C# method or indexer, or the declaration of a method or indexer, is not placed on the same line as the opening bracket when the element does not take any parameters.
A violation of this rule occurs when a method or indexer does not take any parameters and the closing bracket of a call or declaration for the method or indexer is not placed on the same line as the opening bracket. The following example shows correct placement of the closing parenthesis:
public string GetName()
How to Fix Violations
To fix a violation of this rule, ensure that the closing bracket is placed on the same line as the opening bracket.