Law Library Volume 1

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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. 1833 edition. Excerpt: ...term might be supplied at any time. (ac) And the attorney's writing the continuance on the writ in his chambers will be suflicient. (y) (u) Harris v. Woolford, 6 T. R. 617. (.z: ) Beardmore 12. Rattenbury, 5 B. & A. 452. (y) Sid. 53. Keb. 140. Bac. Abr. Lim. of Act. (E. 7.) see the form of entering the capia: on the roll, Imp. Pract. Com. Pleas, 4th ed. p. 631. Q) Smith v. Bower, 3 T. R. 662. see the form of the replication Lib. Plac. I51. pl. 82. Lill. ent. 32. Ibid. 122. But the last prece dent is a bad one, for not stating that the first writ was returned. Karver 1: . James, Willes' Rep. 255. (a) Plumer v. Woodburne,4 B. &. C. 625. (b) Leader-u. Moxon, 2 Blac. Rep. 925. 3 Wils. 461. (c) Harrington 1). Taylor, 15 East, 378. (11) Gosling v. Witherspoon, per Lord Kenyon, Midd. Sittings after Michaelmas Term, 1788. it a good petitioning creditor's debt to support a commission of bankruptcy. (e) where me So, although the first process is erroneous; as where an first PYcents" is attachment of privilege is returnable on a common return day Ifolletlllfl.---instead of a day certain; yet as it is only voidable and not void, if it be returned by the sheriff, it is well enough to save the statute of limitations, and will support the continuance. (f) If an original lie replied, it must besliewn to have been returned and continued. But if the plaintiff reply an original clausum fregit, he must shew that it was returned and continued down to the writ with which the defendant is served; (g) and a decision of the Court of Common Pleas to the contrary was reversed in the King's Bench, and that judgment of reversal afterwards affirmed in Parliament. (h) And in a case before Lord Holt, his Lordship observed it wasshow more

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