An abridged entry of a judgment or proceeding in an action, or register or such entries; a book of original, kept by clerks of courts, containing a formal list of the names of parties, and minutes of the proceedings, in each case in court.
The cases assigned to a particular judge. On court call morning, the judges' dockets are posted at the probate counter area and outside the judges' courtrooms. If the case is highlighted in yellow, the parties may proceed directly to the courtroom. If the case is NOT highlighted in yellow, the parties must appear at the probate counter to complete the file. See proof of service.
A list of cases to be called by the court at any given court sitting. MEP has a docket date system that allows for approximately 30 to 40 debtors to be summoned to a default hearing in each judicial district each month. MEP representatives meet with debtors at the courthouse before the start of the court hearing to attempt to negotiate a monthly payment plan so that the full hearing will not be necessary. Arrangements made may be confirmed by court order. If no arrangements can be made for payment at this time, the debtor can also be ordered to reappear before the court at a later date for a full hearing or to review the situation, without the need to re-issue a summons.
Generally, a book containing brief entries describing all important acts of a court in the conduct of each case from inception to conclusion. The term also describes a book with a more specialized purpose such as a bar, civil, criminal, execution, judgment, or juvenile docket.
The packet of materials prepared for a meeting of the foundation's board of directors or trustees. The docket often includes staff analysis of proposals submitted to the board, full copies or summaries of the proposals, lists of organizations turned down at the staff level, reports on previously funded projects, and other information on the foundation's investments or management.
A formal record of all action pending before the court in one matter. These actions are assigned consecutive filed numbers. The bankruptcy docket includes all pleadings, minute entries, orders and any other document filed in the particular case. The docket numbers are usually electronically linked to the referenced document.
A record of all cases and actions scheduled to be heard in court, whether or not the matter is actually heard in a court on a particular day. vidence -- All the means by which a matter of fact, the truth of which is submitted for investigation, is established or disproved.