CHAPTER 10. SANCTIONS FOR FRIVOLOUS PLEADINGS AND MOTIONS. Sec. 10.001. SIGNING OF PLEADINGS AND MOTIONS. The signing of a pleading or motion as required by the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure constitutes a certificate by the signatory that to the signatory's best knowledge, information, and belief, formed after reasonable inquiry:
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A motion for sanctions is a document submitted to the court to describe conduct that violates rules of the court by the other parties in a civil proceeding, according to the Cornell University Law School's Legal Information Institute. The court may impose sanctions in response.
v. § TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS § MIKE ANDERSON § 200th JUDICIAL DISTRICT PLAINTIFFS' MOTION FOR SANCTIONS NOW COMES Luke David, LLC and Lance Armstrong, and asks the Court to impose appropriate sanctions against Defendant and Defendant's attorneys for filing: (a) a groundless counterclaim in violation of Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 13; and
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A writ supersedes a motion since the motion must be approved by a court and an order given by a judge. A writ has already been issued by a court. See Rule 13 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure regarding Sanctions.