DLOP

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AcronymDefinition
DLOPDismissed for Lack of Prosecution (law)
DLOPDeemed to Be Let Out Property (real estate designation)
DLOPDetection Limit of the Overall Procedure
DLOPDisturbed Line Of Sight
DLOPDivisible Load Overweight Permit (New York)
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Finally, in a footnote to the decision the Court reminded practitioners of the cost of defaulting on appeal: If an appeal from an order is dismissed for lack of prosecution, it will not undertake review of the same order on a later appeal.
Montigny,50, of East Killingly, Conn., charged with cocaine trafficking, two counts of possession to distribute a Class B drug; possession of a Class B drug, conspiracy to violate drug laws, dismissed for lack of prosecution.
The plaintiff(s) must appear to avoid having the case dismissed for lack of prosecution. A written MOTION or ANSWER to the court by the plaintiff(s) or the defendant(s) shall not excuse the personal appearance of a party or its attorney in the PRETRIAL CONFERENCE.
As of December, subdivision (e) provides that an action may not be dismissed for lack of prosecution without prior notice to the nonmoving party and an opportunity for the claimant to recommence prosecution of the action in order to avert dismissal.
A foreclosure lawsuit linked with a troubled Pleasant Valley residence has been dismissed for lack of prosecution after lying dormant for a year.
Koulisis, 26, of 85 Lake Ave North, Worcester, charged with assault and battery, dismissed for lack of prosecution.
Subdivision (e) has been amended to provide that an action may not be dismissed for lack of prosecution without prior notice to the claimant and adequate opportunity for the claimant to re-commence prosecution of the action to avert dismissal.
The Florida lawsuit was dismissed for lack of prosecution. In 1997, Johnson incorporated Halo Spark Plug and launched a two-man factory in Hot, Springs.
Clair, 47, of Amherst, N.H., charged with assault and battery, dismissed for lack of prosecution.
1.420 35-7 (e) is amended to ensure that an action may not be dismissed for lack of prosecution without prior notice to the claimant and adequate opportunity for the claimant to re-commence prosecution of the action to avert dismissal.
Boyle, 24, of the Worcester County House of Correction, assault and battery, dismissed for lack of prosecution. Charge brought by the Worcester County House of Correction.
Ultimately, their case was dismissed for lack of prosecution. The judge is one of the few people that both parties trust.