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Synonyms for docket

Synonyms for docket

an organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events

Synonyms for docket

(law) the calendar of a court

a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to

place on the docket for legal action

make a summary or abstract of a legal document and inscribe it in a list

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Trade creditors should regularly check the bankruptcy court docket for court orders that establish claims bar dates and should also be on the lookout for claims bar date notices.
Moreover, electronic court dockets can help you track your client's cases and obtain valuable litigation intelligence, while Internet services can give you access to court briefs and e-mail notices of important legal developments, often for free.
According to the announcement, WestDockets was designed to deliver the full capability of online technology to give West Group customers fast, stable, and dependable access to court docket information nationwide.
State officials may attempt to remedy this strain on the federal court docket by adding a federal public defender's office in Richmond.
John's, Newfoundland began to routinely distribute its weekly Youth Court docket to local school boards.
To gain information in a bankruptcy sale, purchasers can review financial information from the bankruptcy court docket about the debtor's assets, liabilities and financial condition; obtain information from the Unites States Trustee's Office where Chapter 11 debtors are required to file monthly reports; solicit information from the debtor's officers if they are still available; and obtain information from the trustee if one has been appointed.
Online records will include deeds, wills, marriage licenses, liens, lawsuits and the criminal court docket. Aside from making information much more available for attorneys and reporters, the new system will also mean that anyone with Internet access can check out the details of their neighbor's divorce or home liens with just a click or two.
Stanley has been assigned to the juvenile court docket in Franklin County since January 2014.
The D.A.'s office and the mayor's office hope these changes will reduce Manhattan's overburdened criminal court docket. Over 1.1 million New Yorkers currently have open arrest warrants for failing to appear at their court dates for low-level offenses.
According to the court docket in San Jose, the ruling, which was posted temporarily in error late on Friday, was later filed under seal.
11-17, the bankruptcy court docket is filled with names like SMG 2006 Realty Trust and Blackbrook 2009 Realty Trust.
Overloaded by the foreclosure cases coming into the court system, the Florida Supreme Court announced yesterday that a statewide task force has been formed to look for ways to process the court docket backlog.
It's not expected to make the court docket until spring 2006, Bernalillo County Assistant District Attorney Theresa Whatley said in New Mexico.
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Since only four votes are needed to put a controversy on the high court docket, it remains possible the case could end up before the justices.