First, re #13.
amw: Sorry for any confusion, but my questions in #11--which you kindly answered in #13--were directed at dude (#10).
Now, if I may be so bold as to make this request of everyone here who has alleged that "timely filed" is legalese (e.g., #10, #17, and #21):
(a) Please tell us whether you have graduated from a fully accredited law school in the USA.
(b) If you have so graduated, please explain your argument for why "timely filed" is legalese.
(c) If you have not so graduated, please explain why your legal opinion on this question should be credited whatsoever.
(d) If (as I suspect) your opinion about "timely filed" being legalese is based on the fact that those two words are found in the Supreme Court opinion (see #8), then explain why all the other words in the Court's opinion are not also legalese. For example, these five words: "a document must be received." Is each of those five words also legalese? (They, too, look like regular English words, imo.)
(e) If you deem those five words to be legalese (or not), what changes would you make to them, and how many more words would you add to them, in order to make them "good English"?