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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 clerk is statutorily charged with docketing the information.
CompuLaw LLC, Los Angeles, Calif., publisher of calendar/docket matter management software with built-in court rules databases, has announced that 72% of AmLaw 100 firms now rely on CompuLaw court rules in their docketing department.
Base officials at about 20% of the plants agreed to provide docketing information for Article 32 hearings and courts-martial -- but then withheld such basic details as the defendant's name and the charges being brought.
* the private interest that will be affected by the docketing;
The screening and docketing procedure can take several weeks.
First, generic notices of deficiency are unlikely to promote settlement of section 482 cases either before or after docketing in Tax Court.