http://blogs.smartrules.com/tag/motion-for-reconsideration/ appears to provide a quick overview of what is required for a motion for reconsideration and the time limits which apply to such a motion. Given that a motion for reconsideration needs to be based upon "new or different facts, circumstances, or law," and be "accompanied by a declaration describing the previous application, identifying the judge to whom the application was made, what orders or decisions were made on the previous application, and what new or different facts, circumstances or law are claimed to exist," it does not sound like there is a "form" motion you can use.
You should immediately contact a California attorney about this matter.
A motion for reconsideration requires a notice of motion, memorandum of points and authorities, and supporting declaration.
It is a difficult motion to win, absent new or different facts, circumstances or law, and must be filed within 10 days of the ruling in question.
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