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Is the motion to reconsider debatable and amendable?
Last Updated: 22nd January, 2020
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Thereof, is the motion to adjourn debatable and amendable?
The privileged motion to adjourn is used to end the meeting immediately without debate. If it is a main motion, it cannot interrupt pending business, and is amendable and debatable. Unlike under RONR, however, it is considered a main motion (debatable and amendable) when no business is pending.
Also Know, what does it mean to reconsider a motion? One method of revisiting a past decision is the motion to reconsider. If a member wants to change a decision made in the same meeting they would use a motion to reconsider. If it is necessary to change a decision that was adopted at a previous meeting a member would make a motion to rescind.
Considering this, how do you write a motion for reconsideration?
- Determine if you need to file a motion for stay.
- Look for forms.
- Format your motions.
- Write your motion for stay.
- Write your motion for reconsideration.
- Write your affidavit.
- Draft any other required documents.
Which motion is debatable?
All main motions are debatable. Other motions may or may not be debatable. The debatability of motions depends on the purpose of the motion. For example, the purpose of the motion to limit debate would be defeated if this motion itself could be debated; therefore, the motion to limit debate is not debatable.