Motion for a More Definite Statement

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What does motion for a more definite statement mean?

motion for a more definite statement – When pleadings cannot be reasonably understood, parties may request clarifications and details in a motion for a more definite statement. The court can normally strike the vague pleading if the non-movant does not comply within 14 days.

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