What is an unopposed motion?


In law, a motion is a procedure of bringing a limited, contested issue before a court for decision. The unopposed motion is a kind of motion that is simply agreed by the other party, but disagreed to in writing.
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It means the party against whom the case is being brought does not contest the case, e.g. this often means that they are admitting fault and are ready to accept the consequences that
unopposable: not opposable
(ŭn'ə-pōzd') adj. Not challenged by another: The candidate was unopposed in the campaign.
A declaration will identify who is making the motion to dismiss. In the first few sentences, the individual's name and association with the case will be stated. Professional titles,
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An unopposed motion is a motion that is simply not opposed by the other party, but not agreed to in writing.
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