What is an Opposition To A Motion?

An opposition to a motion is a legal pleading filed by the non-moving party that argues that the court should not grant the relief requested by the moving party. Generally, attorneys filing an opposition to a motion or application also file briefs, memoranda of law, or points and authorities that set forth the facts and legal authorities that show why the court should reject the motion.

Dismiss Oppositions

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