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I can give you a link to a couple of pages that have a variety of forms on them including a Motion to Dismiss. I didn't see one that was specifically on dismissing due to lack of Subject Matter Jurisdiction but that's just a matter of citing the rule under which you are seeking dismissal and then adding the facts.
You can actually use a Motion to Dismiss from any state, they look about the same everywhere and Louisiana has "liberal pleading rules" which means the judge doesn't really care what it looks like so long as the motion itself explains what you want and why. If you can find one for another state then you just change the court info and the specific state info.
This first link has a lot of different ones, the second one is from Delaware.
As you can imagine, Louisiana doesn't have that many forms online.
I can also give you a top about what lawyers do when they need a form (it is what I did when I first got out of law school). You go to the clerk's office and look for cases that have had a Motion to Dismiss filed by an attorney and then use that for a guide. You may have to look through a number of files but the clerks should be able to tell you which cases have had Motions to Dismiss filed. Of course, the bigger the city the more likely that you will find a case on point.
At this link is an order on a case in federal court in Louisiana. You can look this specific case up in the clerk's office and then get a copy of the motion from the clerk. You may even be able to get them to send it to you by ordering it over the phone although you will have to arrange payment. http://www.naacpldf.org/files/case_issue/Order%20-%20Motions%20to%20Dismiss.pdf
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