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Motion Cover Sheet {CV-752}

This is a North Carolina form that can be used for Civil within Statewide.

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA County Name Of Plaintiff File No. In The General Court Of Justice District Superior Court Division Name Of Defendant VERSUS Name Of Firm MOTION COVER SHEET Rule 5(b), Rules of Practice For Superior and District Courts Name And Address Of Attorney Or Party, If Not Represented (complete for initial appearance or change of address) Telephone No. Attorney Bar No. FAX No. Initial Appearance in Case Change of Address (For each motion, enter code for Type of Motion from list on reverse side; if OTHR, describe motion) Type of Motion MOTION By (Identify Party) All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All Signature Of Attorney/Party Against (Identify Party) Date All NOTE: All filings in civil actions shall include as the first page of the filing a cover sheet summarizing the critical elements of the filing in a format prescribed by the Administrative Office of the Courts, and the Clerk of Superior Court shall require a party to refile a filing which does not include the required cover sheet. For subsequent filings in civil actions, the filing party must either include a Motions (AOC-CV-752), General Civil (AOC-CV-751), or Court Action (AOC-CV-753) cover sheet. (Over) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com AOC-CV-752, Rev. 1/14 © 2014 Administrative Office of the Courts TYPES OF MOTIONS Add Additional Party (ADDP) Amend (AMND) Assert Right Of Access (ARAS) Attorney Fee (ATFE) Change Of Venue (CHVN) Claim Exemptions (CDEX) Compel (CMPL) Consolidation (CNSL) Contempt (CNTP) Continue (CNTN) Court Costs (COST) Default Judgment (DEFJ) Deposition (DEPO) Designate A Mediator (DSMD) Disburse Funds (DFND) Dismiss (Involuntary) (DISM) Entry Of Default (EODF) Ex Parte Restraining (EXPR) Exempt From Arbitration (EXAR) Exempt/Waive Mediation (EXMD) Extension Of Time (EXTM) Failure To Join Necessary Party (FJNP) Failure To State A Claim (FASC) Implementation Of Wage Withholding In Non-IV-D Cases (OTHR) Improper Venue/Division (IMVN) In Limine (ILIM) In The Cause (INTC) Increase Bond (INBN) Insufficiency Of Process (INPR) Insufficiency Of Service Of Process (INSP) Interplead (INTP) Intervene (INTR) Join (JOIN) Judgment On Pleading (JOPL) Jury View (JRVW) FEES IN G.S. 7A-308 APPLY Assert Right Of Access (ARAS) Substitution Of Trustee (Judicial Foreclosure) (RSOT) Supplemental Procedures (SUPR) PRO HAC VICE FEES APPLY Motion For Out-of-State Attorney To Appear In NC Courts In A Civil Or Criminal Matter Lack Jurisdiction (Subject Matter) (LJSM) Lack Jurisdiction (Person) (LJPN) Limit Deposition (LDEP) Modification Of Alimony (MALI) Modification Of Child Support In IV-D Actions (MSUP) Modification Of Custody (MCUS) Modification Of Support (MSUP) Modification Of Visitation (MVIS) More Definite Statement (Rule 12) (MDST) Motion For Out-Of-State Attorney To Appear In NC Courts In A Civil Or Criminal Matter New Trial (NTRL) Objection Of Exemptions Claimed (OEXC) Other (OTHR) (describe on front) Petition To Sue As Indigent (OTHR) Preliminary Injunction (PREL) Quash (QUSH) Release From Stay Of Execution (RSEX) Sanctions (SANC) Selection Of Mediator By Agreement (SMAP) Set Aside (VCMD) Sever Issues Or Claims (SICL) Show Cause (SHOW) Special Practice In NC (ADMP) Stay Of Execution (STEX) Strike (STRK) Substitution Of Trustee (Judicial Foreclosure) (RSOT) Summary Judgment (SUMJ) Supplememental Procedures (SUPR) Temporary Restraining Order (TROR) Transfer (TRFR) Vacate/Modify Judgment Or Order (VCMD) Voluntary Dismissal With Or Without Prejudice (VOLD) Withdraw As Counsel (WDCN) AOC-CV-752, Side Two, Rev. 1/14 © 2014 Administrative Office of the Courts American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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