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You may file a Notice of Withdrawing Motion. Generally, you would state the title of the Motion you are Withdrawing...So, if your Motion were titled "Motion to Stay an Execution of Judgment", the you title it "Notice of Withdrawing Motion to Stay an Execution of Judgment". In the body of the Notice of Withdrawing Motion, you may state the specifics (eg. Plaintiff withdraws his Motion to Stay an Execution, filed on December 3, 2012 as the issue is now moot....)
***sorry, I should have stated "then you may title it" and not "the you title it"
So, basically it is the same procedure as filing the Motion, only now you are giving "Notice" that you are withdrawing the Motion.
You would file and serve it on the other party the same as you did the Motion itself. Typically, file the Notice of Withdrawing with the Court and Mail a copy to the other party.
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