memorandum to set

Definition of "memorandum to set"
  1. A document submitted in a court case by one or more parties indicating that the case is prepared to proceed to trial
How to use "memorandum to set" in a sentence
  1. The defense attorney filed a memorandum to set, declaring their readiness for trial.
  2. Following the conclusion of discovery, a memorandum to set was submitted.
  3. Before proceeding with the trial, the judge asked for a memorandum to set.

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