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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
References in periodicals archive ?
When the punishing schedule began to take its toll, Joe decided to move house.
When people move house they are literally walking away from their money and, without a current address, financial providers cannot stay in touch with their customers.
In a victim impact statement, Mr Welsh said Ritson's abuse had left him "living in fear" and forced him to move house.
Haynes home buying and selling manual 'How to move house successfully in a property market downturn' by Ian Rock.
NEARLY one in 10 people have vowed never to move house again because they find buying a new home stressful, research reveals.
IT may be the month of holidays, but August is also the most popular time of the year to move house.
Not only will there soon be compulsory ID cards, but as a result we will have to tell the Government when we move house or else face a fine of up to pounds 1, 000.
Just one per cent said they would move house if the housing market was stabilising.
The 24-year-old, of Wideopen, Newcastle, was delighted when he heard he had won and hopes to use his winnings to help him move house.
As Tomas says: "It's a pain in the neck to move house and the process has been tedious and long.
The rising age of first-time buyers, combined with high property prices making people more likely to start a new mortgage term when they move house, suggests increasing numbers of people will still be facing mortgage repayments when they give up work.
To accommodate people who move house regularly, there is an option to make a one-off lifetime payment of pounds 10, covering all future house moves.