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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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TEI urged the IRS not to limit the procedure to non-docketed cases, stating that the procedure may facilitate the resolution of docketed cases before trial.
About 80% of docketed cases are settled prior to trial, but a CPA must have access to the Tax Court to reach this stage.
Hirsch calls the "greatest accomplishment" the success of the telephone mediation program, as DHCR has been able to resolve 1,000 cases that were never docketed, each within 14 days.
In a related action, Empire filed a new rate request docketed as Case No.
When FoundationIP users log onto the system, they see a list of the events that are ready to be docketed.
It would not be available, however, in respect of docketed cases, Industry Specialization Program (ISP) issues, or Appeals Coordinated Issues (ACI).
95-86, is open to cases already in the IRS Appeals administrative process and not yet docketed in court.
Three years later, Kent's mother, Selma Kent, obtained a $408,000 judgment by confession against him, which was docketed as a third lien against the 45 and 35-acre tracts.