Motion means a proposal to be discussed at a meeting by the members. A resolution may be passed accepting the motion, with or without modifications or a motion may be entirely rejected. A motion, on being passed as a resolution becomes a decision. A motion must be in writing and signed by the mover and put to the vote of the meeting by the chairman. Only those motions which are mentioned in the agenda to the meeting can be discussed at the meeting. However, motions incidental or ancillary to the matter under discussion may be moved and passed. Generally, a motion is proposed by one member and seconded by another member.