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TermDefinition
Acknowledgement A formal declaration by the person who executed the instrument before an authorized official that it is his or her free act and deed.
Affiant
Affidavit A written or printed declaration of facts made voluntarily and confirmed by oath of the maker to a person with authority to administer the oath.
Alphabetic Filing A system of filing in which files are labeled and stored in alphabetical order.
Alphanumeric Filing A combination of an alphabetic filing system, and a Numeric filing systemic which numbers are assigned to files in blocks according to the letter of the alphabet which identifies the client.
Brief Bank A law firm's collection of legal research, briefs, and forms that may be reviewed or reused for other projects
Centralized Filing A filing system in which the files are maintained at a single, central location.
Certificate of mailing A receipt that shows the evidence of mailing.
Certified mail A postal service that provides proof of delivery for first class and priority mail.
Conflicts checks Law firm determines that there is no conflict in accepting work from a new client or a new matter from an existing one.
Conflict of interest A situation in which one person's own needs and desires might lead him to violate a duty to another.
Consecutive-number filing Files ordered by consecutive numbers
Controlled access Only certain people are allowed to check the files.
Decentralized filing Files located in various locations
Docket Calendar of cases to be tried in a certain term of court.
Docket clerk Responsible for maintaining the law firm docket control system and reminding attorneys of deadlines in advance.
Docket control system A system that keeps track of deadlines
Email Delivering and receiving messages electronically and through typed words.
File management Control of each file in the office
First-class mail Postal service for letters, postcards, etc.
Notary public Public officer who administrated oaths.
Numeric filing To file in a number order.
Oath A solemn pledge taken by a person.
Priority mail Air mail delivery for packages over 13 ounces and under 70
Registered mail Secure delivery for mail
Standard mail Postal service for things like advertising
Terminal-digit filing
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