off calendar

off calendar

adj. refers to an order of the court to take a lawsuit, petition or motion off the list of pending cases or motions which are scheduled to be heard. A case or motion will be ordered off calendar if the lawyers agree (stipulate) to drop it, if the moving party's lawyer fails to appear, if a suit is settled pending final documentation, or any number of procedural reasons for the judge to determine the case should not proceed at that time. A suit or motion can be put back "on calendar" by stipulation of the lawyers or upon motion of either party. (See: calendar)

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Lugosi also confirmed that parties involved are trying to resolve whatever the issues are so that this matter goes off calendar.
Glamorgan Young Farmers Club is celebrating its win in the 2006 Royal Welsh Rugby Tournament by producing their own Kit Off Calendar.
If this all sounds a mite depressive, it is scarcely meant and is more a musing about whether the reasoning that brought us today's holidaycan be applied to adding a still later public holiday to our days off calendar.
Knowing that a common form of year-round school is a nine weeks on and three weeks off calendar, would seem to indicate that a year-round camp calendar which mirrors the school calendar is appropriate.
Occasional services are designed to achieve exceptional collection off calendar.