A motion to vacate is a decision by a court to cancel another court decision, states US Legal. In some cases, this results in a new trial either immediately or scheduled on a later date. More »

The purpose of a motion to reconsider form is to request a court, a government or a decision-making entity to reassess a decision, states USLegal. Differing state and federal laws determine the use of a motion to reconsi... More »

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A legal motion must include a first page called a Notice of Motion, an affidavit of support and any other material that may help the court make a decision about the motion, states NYCourts.gov. The Notice of Motion infor... More »

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Filing a motion to compel discovery typically involves drafting a document outlining the problem for the court and requesting relief, selecting a date for the court to hear the motion, delivering the document to the cour... More »

To make a motion in court, one must submit a written document that states who the motion is against, who filed it, and make a direct request or challenge, states the Virtual Self-Help Law Center. Motions can be submitted... More »

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A motion to reconsider is a formal request by a board member to have the board review a previous decision, states the Michigan State University, based on parliamentary procedure outlined in Robert's Rules of Order. If th... More »

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A motion to vacate judgement is handed out when a mistake is made during a prior court hearing or decision, or when newly discovered evidence is obtained, US Legal says. In some cases, a motion to vacate judgement result... More »

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