The Common Form Draftsman; A Handbook of Queen's Bench Forms Being a Collection of Forms Ordinarily in Use in Proceedings in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice with Notes, Table of Stamps, and Index

The Common Form Draftsman; A Handbook of Queen's Bench Forms Being a Collection of Forms Ordinarily in Use in Proceedings in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice with Notes, Table of Stamps, and Index

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...between the hours of 4 and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, serve Messrs. Brown and Higginson, the solicitors for the above-named defendants in this action, with a notice to produce, whereof a true copy is hereto annexed, marked "A," by delivering the same to and leaving the same with a clerk of the said Messrs. Brown and Higginson, at their offices at No. 61, Great John Street, in the County of London, which is their address for service. Swoen, etc. Filed on behalf of the plaintiff. CHAPTER XV. SPECIAL POEMS OF TEIAL. (For Forms relating to trial by an arbitrator or referee, see chapter xxviii., p. 244.) No. CCIV. Application to Set Down Points of Law. (0. 25, r. 2.) This application must be made, except in cases to which O. 30.does not apply, as an application for further directions (see No. CXLVL). The material parts will be as follows: That the following points of law raised by the defence herein may be forthwith set down for hearing and disposed of before the trial of the action: 1. Whether the documents referred to in paragraph 1.of the statement of claim constitute a contract enforceable at law by the plaintiff against the defendant. ' 2. Whether, by the terms on which the action Herbert Smith v. The Secretary of State for India in Council, 1893. S. No. 1162 was settled, the plaintiff is precluded from bringing the present action. For form of order, see No. CXLVII., which may readily be adapted. No. CCV. Special Case by Consent. (0. 34, r. 1.) Heading as in writ. Special Case. This is an action brought by the plaintiff against the defendant for damages for breach of contract, and the parties hereto have concurred pursuant, to Order XXXIV, Eule 1, of the Eules of the Supreme Court, in stating the questions of law arising herein for the...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236521587
  • 9781236521583
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