What is the difference between a motion and a decision?

Manitoba, Canada


The following excerpt is from Sinclair v. McAuley, 2012 MBCA 63 (CanLII):

3 I am now being asked to consider the same application. The facts and events leading to this application need not be repeated as they are detailed in my colleague’s decision, referenced at Sinclair v. McAuley, 2012 MBCA 29. However, since his decision, there have been significant changes in circumstances. The motions judge’s order has now been finalized and signed; a request for a stay has been made to and refused by the motions judge; the mother has since passed away; and the insurance proceeds are ready to be paid out to the beneficiaries.

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