What Is an Unopposed Motion?

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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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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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