D) Motion for Summary Judgement – A party files a Motion for Summary Judgement to request a court to rule that the other party has no case, because there are no facts at issue and the relief/s in a complaint need/s to be granted in favour of the movant.
E) Motion to Intervene – A non-party in a lawsuit-in-progress can join as a party by making a Motion to Intervene, if such a non-party has an interest in the subject matter of the original suit.
F) Motion to Quash – A Motion to Quash is a request to a court to render a previous decision of that court or a lower judicial body null and invalid.
G) Motion to Compel – A party files a Motion to Compel requesting a court to direct an opposing party or a third party to take some action generally in discovery disputes, when the movant has propounded discovery to either the opposing party or a third party and believes that the discovery responses from the opposing party or the third party are insufficient.
H) Motion in Limine –A party files a Motion in Limine requesting court for an order limiting or preventing certain irrelevant, inadmissible or prejudicial evidence from being presented by the other side at the trial of the case.