The policy on renaming--and thus, moving--pages is short, and simple, and to the point.
Don't Move Pages If You're Not Admin.
Moving a page is renaming it to another name--that is, doing something like renaming "Just Like You" to "My American Girl", or "Eddie Ryland" to "Edward Ryland", or "Velvet Dress" to "Molly's Christmas Dress."
This is mostly done when something is typoed, information has been updated, or a correction has been made.
And this should only be left in the hands of the Admins. Why? Short reason is because, that's why. The long is that moving pages and renaming them is not a right of users due to the potential of abuse.
So, unless it's clear that the data you have is accurate 100%, don't move pages. In fact, even if you're sure, don't move them. Please discuss things on talk pages, and if needed, ask the Admins to move any pages that would be moved. Leave it all on us. This is especially true with names; I mean, we don't have Kit listed by Margaret Mildred, so there.
Violations will get a warning and two-week ban on first offense. Continued moves will extend blocks, likely leading to a permanent ban.