House Rule H50-120. Substitute motions. (1) When a question is before the House, no substitute motion may be made except the following, which have precedence in the order listed:
(a) to adjourn (nondebatable H50-90 and H50-250);
(b) for a call of the House (nondebatable H50-90);
(c) to recess or rise (nondebatable H50-90);
(d) for a question of privilege;
(e) to table (nondebatable H50-90);
(f) to call for the previous question or cloture;
(g) to postpone consideration to a day certain;
(h) to refer to a committee; and
(i) to propose amendments.
(2) Nothing in this section allows a motion that would not otherwise be allowed under a particular order of business.
(3) (a) Except as provided in subsection (3)(b), no more than one substitute motion is in order at any one time.
(b) A motion for cloture is in order on a substitute motion to amend.