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expedite

(ĕk′spĕ-dīt″) [L. expeditus, unencumbered]
To facilitate or speed up any process, e.g., to review and publish the results of important research rapidly.
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We urge the IRS to proceed cautiously to ensure that in expediting consideration of the issues by Competent Authority, taxpayers are not eliminated from the process.
Because the preferred procedure for expediting a particular appeal depends upon the court in which the appeal will be heard and the facts of a particular case, New York practitioners must rely on experience, their best guess, or the advice of the clerk's office when determining how to initiate an expedited appeal.
The first department's roles spell out a different procedure for expediting a criminal appeal of an order reducing or dismissing an indictment.
The Appellate Division, Second Department requires the most formal procedure: A preference may be obtained only "upon good cause shown by a motion directed to the court on notice to the other parties to the appeal." (20) The roles make no special provision for shortening the time it takes to bring a motion for expediting an appeal.
Like the other intermediate appellate courts, the third department has special provisions for expediting a criminal appeal.
The third department also has a special provision for expediting appeals in election cases.
Because this service has been designed to assist in expediting the title examination and mortgage loan closing process the number of reports that will be generated weekly is expected to increase significantly in coming months.
I believe that the purpose of this item is to assist DHCR in expediting any tenant complaints which might result in a rent.

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