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Move

To make an application to a court for a rule or order, or to take action in any matter. The term comprehends all things necessary to be done by a litigant to obtain an order of the court directing the relief sought. To propose a resolution, or recommend action in a deliberative body. To pass over; to be transferred, as when the consideration of a contract is said to move from one party to the other. To occasion; to contribute to; to tend or lead to.

move

v. to make a motion in court applying for a court order or judgment. (See: motion, movant)

move

(Alter position), verb abscond, alter the position, break camp, carry, change an abode, change place, change residence, come away, commovere, convey, depart, emigrate, exit, flee, go, go away, go forth, go from home, go on, go one's way, journey, leave, leave a place, move out, part company, progress, propel, push on, put in motion, remove, slip away, slip off, take flight, transfer, translocate, transport, transpose, vacate, walk away, walk off

move

(Judicially request), verb apply, ask for, introduce, make a demand, make a motion, make a petition, make a request, make a requisition, make application, make formal application, make one's submission, offer for consideration, petition, propose, propose a motion, propose an action formally, put forth, put forward, put up a petition, referre, request, requisition, submit, submit a formal request
Associated concepts: motion practice, move the court
See also: act, carry, compel, constrain, dislocate, displace, enterprise, further, impress, incite, influence, inspire, interest, leave, maneuver, motivate, operate, operation, persuade, pose, prevail, prevail upon, proffer, prompt, propose, propound, provoke, reach, reason, recommend, remove, spirit, step, stimulate, transfer, transport, undertaking, urge, vacate, venture
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In a statement on the band's website, Rick said: ``We all agree that the time is right to move on.
Redmond said he had enjoyed playing the character but felt the time was right to move on to new things.
NeoMedia has again seen its patent portfolio remain strong and protected, Virgin gains the right to move forward as a licensed user of that technology through the next decade in its music and movie retail stores, and the lawsuit will be withdrawn.
He said: "Education policy and funding are led by the Welsh Assembly so it made sense when the time was right to move from our old office in Bangor to here in Cardiff.
Allardyce (left) has told some of his closest friends in the game that the time could be right to move on after taking Wanderers as far as he can.
Advocates of people who have disabilities contend the larger issue is their right to move freely in their daily lives through cities.
A friend said: "Sadly, the marriage disintegrated and Steve decided it was right to move out.
The free-scoring midfielder: "I spoke to George Burley about joining Ipswich but I didn't feel the moment was right to move.
The Lord Chief Justice, Lord Woolf, agreed a judgment at the Court of Appeal that the club did have the legal right to move the fans "however sympathetic one may feel" towards them.
Scottish players are set to fight for their right to move under freedom of contract at the age of 21.
The time is right to move forward with a creative ownership structure that is good for PGE, its customers, employees, and keeps an Oregon company in the State of Oregon," said Thorne.