Various Types of Motions, Generally:

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contradictory motion – a motion likely to be contested or that the non-moving side should have an opportunity to contest.

cross-motion – a competing request for relief or orders similar, but contradictory to that requested by another party.

dilatory motion – a meritless motion made solely for the purpose of delay.

enumerated motion – directly related to the proceeding or the merits of the case.

ex parte motion – made to the court without notice to the adverse party; a motion that a court considers and rules on without hearing from all sides. — aka ex parte application.


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