Hello again. Sorry for the delay, but I've been dealing with real-world clients this week.
A "motion" is a request for a court order that is filed after the initial petition/complaint is filed in court to start the case. Were I representing you in court, I would file is a complaint for declaratory and injunctive relief and ask the court to declare that you are the duly elected corporate CEO, that the former CEO has been removed from office, and for an injunction prohibiting the former CEO from continuing to manifest to the pubic that he/she represents the corporation in any manner whatsoever.
Unfortunately, a corporation cannot be represented by a corporate officer in court without an attorney, licensed to practice law by the state in which the action is filed. So, while I understand that the very last thing that any Justanswer customer wants to read as an answer to their question is the statement: "Hire a lawyer" -- in this particular circumstance, your only recourse to resolve this matter is to hire legal representation for the corporation. Otherwise, if you file the action, pro se," the court will strike the entire complaint from the record as an attempt to engage in the unauthorized practice of law (which, in some U.S. jurisdictions is a criminal offense -- though I doubt you would be prosecuted for the honest mistake).
I realize that my answer may not be exactly what you were hoping to read. However, under the circumstances, the best that I can do is to explain what the law is and is not, so that you can avoid expending valuable resources looking for answers that do not exist, and concentrate on the options that are actually available.
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