Motion refers to a formal step to introduce a matter or a topic for consideration by a group in general meetings of trade unions, student's union, corporations and other deliberative assemblies. The types of motions are:
1. Main Motions: The purpose of a main motion is to introduce affairs to the company for their consideration and discussion. They cannot be made when any other motion is on the floor.
2. Subsidiary Motions: The purpose of such motion is to change the effect of how a main motion is handled, and is voted on before a main motion.
3. Privileged Motions: The purpose of such motion is to bring up items that are urgent like special or important matters irrelevant to pending business.
4. Incidental Motions: The purpose of such motion is to provide a means of questioning procedure concerning the respective motion and must be considered before the other motion are introduced.