Definition Of docketed

verb

enter (a case or suit) onto a list of those due to be heard.

the case will go to the Supreme Court, and may be docketed for the fall term

mark (goods or a package) with a document or label listing the contents.

When he bought the property, Mr Green ordered the building to be dismantled and all the woodwork was carefully docketed and numbered.

Example Of docketed

  • His case was docketed for sentencing on March 27, 2002.

  • The case is now docketed , and the court can in theory accept the certificate and give an answer very soon.

  • The law professor has just posted a 35-page preview of some of the Supreme Court's big cases already docketed for the coming year.

  • When a question is certified, the Clerk will notify the parties and docket the case.

  • When he bought the property, Mr Green ordered the building to be dismantled and all the woodwork was carefully docketed and numbered.


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