Motion definition

Motion means a formal proposition to be discussed and voted on during the course of a meeting.
Motion means a formal proposal placed before a meeting in order that it may be debated to a conclusion.
Motion means a request made to the Board or the hearing officer for the purposes of obtaining a ruling or order directing or allowing some act to be done in favor of the movant. (See definition of "movant" in this Section.)

Examples of Motion in a sentence

  • Please refer to CONSENT ITEMS for a summary of the Court’s Motion and Vote.

  • Motion To Dismiss Case For Failure To Make Plan Payments Filed By Scott F.

  • Motion To Dismiss Case For Failure To Make Plan Payments Filed By Frederick L.

  • The contents of the Motion satisfy the requirements of Bankruptcy Rule 6003(b).

  • The Debtors are authorized to take all actions necessary to effectuate the relief granted in this Order in accordance with the Motion.


More Definitions of Motion

Motion means a proposal, moved by a member and seconded by another member, for the consideration of Council or a committee.
Motion means a written proposal;
Motion means a request offered verbally or in writing for a ruling or to take some action.
Motion means a motion in a proceeding or an intended proceeding; (“motion”)
Motion means a request to the presiding officer for an order or ruling directing some act to be done in favor of the proponent of the motion, including a statement of justification or reasons for the request.
Motion means a question to be considered by the Council or Committee which is moved, seconded, presented, read by the Chair and is subject to debate. When a motion is adopted, it becomes a resolution;
Motion means a question or proposal to be considered by the Committee of Adjustment and which is moved and seconded and is subject to debate. When a Motion is adopted, it becomes a Resolution.