Motion for leave
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A motion for leave is a motion filed with the court seeking permission to deviate from an established rule or procedure of the court. The most common use of a motion for leave is to seek an extension to an already-passed timeframe. To amend a court pleading, which is allowed once under the FRCP, to make changes of error made in title or body.
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