The Law Respecting Parties to Actions; Legal and Equitable

The Law Respecting Parties to Actions; Legal and Equitable

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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. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...there being nothing for them to answer, relief could not be granted against them." Persons improperly made defendants may be stricken out on motion." 2 Kegans 1'. Allcorn, 9 Tex. 34; generally Britain 11. Cowen. 5' Humph. 317. 3 Myers U. Fenu, 5 Wall. 207; generally Charnplin v. Champlln, 4Edw. Ch. 229. _ 4 Odom 1v. Owen, 2 Jere Baxt. 448; Britain 11. Cowen, 5 Humph. 317: Shields v. Barrow, 17 How. 145. 5 Penfield 1. Vheeler, 27 Minn. 358; compare MeGreg0r v. Me-2 Gregor, 21 Iowa, 454; and see Shields 1. Barrow, 17 How. 145; Harmlson v. Loneberger, 11 VV. Va. 185; Birmingham 1: . Grlflin, 42 Tex. 149. 6 Resor v. McKenzie, 2 Dlsn. 211; generally Odaln 'u. Owens, 2 Jere Bnxt. 448; but see Shields 1'. Barrow, 17 How. 145; see also McKisson 0. Mendenhall, ('-4 N. C. 287; Webster 1: . Bond, 9 Hun, 439-. i 7 Webster 11. Bond, 9 Hun, 438., 8 Hopkins v. Roseclare Lead (Jo. 72 Ill. 377; Robinson v. Gleason, gr: Cal. 30. _.. __fl--14 Chickering v. Fullerton, 90 Ill. 523; generally Lawrence v. Lane, 9 Ill. 357; Steele v. Taylor, 1 Minn. 285.. CHAPTER XVI. sssrsmanr, BEVIVOR, arc. Q 105. Generally cl' abatement. Q I06. 01' the substitution of parties. Q 107. Change of interest after suitcommenced and before judgments I 108. Change of interest after Judgment and pending appeal. Q 105. Generally of abatement.--At common law an action when abated is absolutely dead'-it is out of court for all purposes.' By statute the death or other disability must be suggested of record, and until it is, neither party can be compelled to advance; after it is suggested, the other party is entitled to notice of the fact, and to the direction of the court that he proceed, without this he is not in default.' In equity a...show more

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  • Paperback | 148 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 277g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236753720
  • 9781236753724