notice of appearance

notice of appearance

noun announcement of the lawyer in a case, entrance by counsel in a case, formal notification of counsel's presence, noted presence in court, notification of representation, official acknowledggent of counsel's presence, official appearance by counsel, official statement of representation, statement of counsel's appearance
Associated concepts: court proceeding, notice of limited appearance
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A notice of appearance on behalf Watson was filed Aug.
You may enter an appearance through your own attorney by mailing a Notice of Appearance to the Clerk of the Court, 85 Marconi Blvd.
For example, under the new rules, objectors to proposed impoundment would simply have to file a notice of appearance rather than a more time-consuming motion to intervene.
Kirshner filed a notice of appearance for Pajon, but then Pajon decided not to fight to get the money back.
In late 2009, Turner filed a notice of appearance that he would be representing his mother and also negotiated with the foreclosing bank on behalf of his mother, always identifying himself as an attorney, not a judge.
When a tenant files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection, you must act quickly by filing a Notice of Appearance and Demand for Notices through counsel.
Gary and team have entered a notice of appearance and filed a motion to set the case for trial.
8) File a notice of appearance with the GAO, copying the protester or his counsel.
Contrary to OCC rules, Respondent's counsel did not file a notice of appearance pursuant to 12 CFR 19.
The Section also prepared a standard Notice of Appearance for use by attorneys who decided to take the case.
The ARU yesterday issued a Notice of Appearance, which required the Wallaby winger to stand down immediately from all rugby, including training for next Saturday's Tri-Nations Test against South Africa.
The notice of appearance should not, however, be relied upon to stave off a default, and is ineffective to do so.

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