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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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(See Court Docket # 14, Chapters 18.37, 18.38, 18.40; and Docket # 15, Chapters 10, 42, 44).
The court assumed Goodyear would have discovered the claims bar date for Section 503(b)(9) priority claims by periodically searching the court docket.
The court docket does not state a reason for the delay.
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Depending on the jurisdiction, court docket information may be available to the owner's counsel on-line.
West Group, a Thomson business, has announced the launch of WestDockets, a new Westlaw service that provides direct access to electronic court docket materials from courts throughout the U.S.