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docket

1. Chiefly Brit a piece of paper accompanying or referring to a package or other delivery, stating contents, delivery instructions, etc., sometimes serving as a receipt
2. Law an official summary of the proceedings in a court of justice
3. Brit
a. a customs certificate declaring that duty has been paid
b. a certificate giving particulars of a shipment and allowing its holder to obtain a delivery order
4. US Law
a. a list of cases awaiting trial
b. the names of the parties to pending litigation
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The docket will be reserved for cases "where significant assets are at stake and that are most likely to result in prolonged litigation, with extensive discovery and a lengthy trial," King said.
About Shop A Docket: Established in 1986, Shop A Docket is Australia's leading shopping roll receipt advertising channel, promoting clients' offers in all Coles, Woolworths, Big W, Kmart and Target stores, and online at www.
However, NPA spokesperson Mthunzi Mhaga said the Mthatha director of public prosecutions had not yet received the docket.
The most direct method of determining whether membership changes have contributed to the declining plenary docket is to look at the individual votes of Justices on a Term-by-Term basis.
There's great reluctance among in-house people to look at whether a case or a docket can be handled on an alternative fee basis because they haven't done it before and it's a change, it's new," Nicholas says.
All federal courts are now using or installing software that links dockets to motions and orders in each case, but entire cases, individual records, or parts of records can be sealed.
As part of the agreement, CourtExpress will sell Law Bulletin's AccessPlus court docket product nationwide.
Since Kmart filed for bankruptcy protection just over one year ago, the retailer's docket at the U.
3) CPSC docketed that portion of the petition, but did not docket another CFA demand, that the government should order consumer refunds for all three-wheeled ATVs sold for use by children.
The federal judiciary's Public Access to Court Electronic Research (PACER) system, for example, allows a firm to subscribe to a particular circuit or district court and perform basic searches of its docket.
Until December 2000, the New Hampshire Supreme Court had no expedited docket.