Forms of Decrees in Equity, and of Orders Connected with Them; With Practical Notes Volume 3

Forms of Decrees in Equity, and of Orders Connected with Them; With Practical Notes Volume 3

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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. 1863 edition. Excerpt: ...the Court will enforce sherifi"s liability for an escape on attachment, and direct an inquiry what loss has been sustained, See Moore v. M., M. R., 25 Bea. 8, Jur. (58) 250, and cases there cited; And see Sugden v. Hull, 28 Bea. 263. No. XV.--Oanr: as Te same IN AccoUxTs anp EXAMINATION. 1. Order to bring in Accounts. Upon the application of the (Plt), and upon hearing the solicitor for the applicant, and for the (Deft) A., and upon reading the decree or, order dated &c., It is ordered, that the said (Deft) A. do, within--days after service of this order, leave in the chambers of the Master of the Rolls or, Vice-Chancellor Sir--, situate &c. the following accounts and statements, duly verified by afiidavit Set them out from decree. Statements mean the inquiries in the decree. For such orders, See Russell v. R., M. R. in Cham., 3 Dec. 1853, B. 172; Price v. P., M. R. in Cham., Aug. 1853, B. 1241; Reece Y. Grimlcy, M. B., 5 June 1854; For like order to leave further account, Paterson v. P., M. R., 2 Dec. 1861, B. 2307; For the evidence upon which such orders may be enforced by process, See Braith. 172, 363. 2. Order to bring in Examination. Upon the application of the (Plt) &c. Form 1, It is ordered, that the (Deft) A. do, within--days after service of this order, file his examination in answer to the interrogatories exhibited by the (Plt) B., under the decree or, order, dated &c. See Barnard v. Bagshaw, V.-C. W., 3 Feb. 1857, A. 410. NOTE. The 15 & 16 V. c. 80, s. 30, provides, that each chief clerk shall have power to examine parties and witnesses, either upon interrogatories or vivi. voce; And see N o. 16, Note. By Cons. Ord. 35, r. 33, the manner of making out accounts is prescribed; Ante, p. 51. After the Chief...show more

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  • Paperback | 152 pages
  • 188.98 x 246.13 x 8.38mm | 285.76g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236920775
  • 9781236920775