Civil Motion Forms: Superior Court of New Jersey

NJ Civil Motion Forms

New Jersey Court RulesMotions are necessary when a litigant is asking the court to provide specific relief in advance of a trial.  New Jersey Court Rule 1:6 governs the procedure for filing motions in the Superior Court of New Jersey – Law Division, and Chancery Division, General Equity. There are other NJ Court Rules that apply to specific motions.

These motion pleading forms are provided as a courtesy to our viewers, fellow colleagues, and members of the New Jersey legal community. These forms are not meant to serve as a substitute for legal advice on a particular matter, nor does our consent to download these forms constitute an attorney-client relationship with Shapiro Croland Reiser Apfel & Di Iorio, LLP. Further, these forms, in particular the legal memoranda that accompany any specific motion, are not intended to be an exhaustive review of the law on any particular subject.  Pretrial motion practice can be complex, and often requires the assistance of an experienced attorney.

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