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Noun
/ˈfīliNG/,
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filings, plural;
  1. A small particle rubbed off by a file when smoothing or shaping something
    • - iron filings

  1. the entering of a legal document into the public record; "he filed a complaint"; "he filed his tax return"
  2. a fragment rubbed off by the use of a file
  3. the act of using a file (as in shaping or smoothing an object)
  4. preservation and methodical arrangement as of documents and papers etc.; "I have some filing to do"
  5. In law, filing is the act of submitting a document to the clerk of a court for the court's immediate consideration, for storage in the court's files, or both. Courts will not consider motions unless an appropriate memorandum or brief is filed before the appropriate deadline. ...
  6. Filing is a material removal process in manufacturing. Similar, depending on use, to both sawing and grinding in effect, it is functionally versatile, but used mostly for finishing operations, namely in deburring operations. ...
  7. (FILED) The office of the Prosecuting Attorney assigns the report to one of the deputy prosecuting attorneys.  The report is evaluated to determine if there is enough evidence to file charges. ...
  8. (FILED) Appeal has been recieved and to be forwarded to Examiner.
  9. (Filed) The date on which the claim dispute is received by the RBHA or ADHS/DBHS.
  10. (Filed) as used on M.G.L. c. 152, §§10A and 11C as used in 452 CMR 1.11(1) and 1.15(1) shall mean placement of the appeal in the mail to the Department postmarked no later than midnight on the 14th day when appealing a conference order under M.G.L. c. ...
  11. The act of recording with the clerk of the court the various legal documents regarding a suit.
  12. relates to the delivery of real estate instruments to a recorder for recordings.
  13. delivering a petition, response, motion, or other pleading in a court case to the clerk of court’s office.
  14. Sending or delivering a document to an employer or a government agency as part of a legal process. The date of filing is the date the document is received.
  15. The procedure for requesting IP protection at an IP office.
  16. Putting documents into their place in accordance with a plan, or filing system. See also ARRANGEMENT, FILE, RECORDS MAINTENANCE AND USE.
  17. To give documents to the CTTT Registry to be placed on file.
  18. A paper is filed when it is delivered to the Clerk of Court, to be entered and docketed in the court's file.
  19. In the UCC context, filing is the act of depositing in a public office a document, usually a financing statement, which gives legal notice of the secured financing transaction. In most secured transactions, filing is an essential step in the process of perfecting the security interest.
  20. The process whereby documents are accepted by a court and often this is evidenced by the court stamping its seal on the filed document
  21. Giving public disclosure of a lender's security interest or assignment in collateral. In many cases this includes notice to certain government agencies.
  22. The process of arranging and sorting records so that they may be retrieved rapidly when needed.
  23. Filing is simply delivering papers to a county clerk and having them record them in their system.  There is no need for an attorney to perform this task if you are striving to limit costs.
  24. clasificación; acción de archivar; limadura; filings limaduras
  25. How will documents be filed? What methods will be used to organize or index the documents to assist in later retrieval? Document management systems will typically use a database to store filing information.