An Analytical Index to the Supreme Court of Judicature Acts, 1873, 1875

An Analytical Index to the Supreme Court of Judicature Acts, 1873, 1875

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ... leave to the contrary, O. 53, r. 4. Motion may be adjourned or dismissed if notice not given to parties who ought to have had notice, O. 53, r. 5. Plaintiff may, without leave, serve any notice of motion on any Defendant who has been served with a writ, and has not appeared, O. 53, r. 7. Plaintiff may, with leave, serve any notice of motion with the writ, or before time for appearance, O. 53, r. 8. Orders may be made ex-parte, and absolute in the first instance in certain cases, O. 53, r. 3. Rules and orders to show cause shall not be granted except where expressly authorised by the Rules, O. 53, r. 2. Motion for JudgmentAdmissions of fact in the pleadings, party entitled to judgment upon any, may apply by motion at any stage of action, and without waiting for the determination of any other question, O. 40, r. 11. Argument, upon any, of motion for judgment, Court may give final judgment, or order motion to stand over, and direct questions to be tried and accounts and enquiries taken, O. 40, r. 10. Directions for judgment to be entered, when not given at trial, Plaintiff may set down action on motion for judgment; on his default for ten days, Defendant may set it down and give notice, O. 40, r. 3. Motion for Judgment (continued). Directions for judgment to be entered, when given at trial, either party may move to set it aside, O. 40, r. 5. When given at a trial by jury, either party may move to set it aside, O. 40, r. 4. Motion shall be made in four days from trial if Court is then sitting; or within first four days of its next sitting, or within such time as may be allowed, O. 40, r. 6. Order shall be to show cause, and shall be returnable in eight days, O. 40, r. 6. Issues and questions of fact, Plaintiff may set down action on motion...show more

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  • 9781236738011