Ohio Decisions on Evidence; A Digest of the Ohio Decisions Included in 1 to 20, O.; 1 to 50 and Part of 51, O.S.; 1 to 7 and Nearly All of 8, C.C.R.; And 1 to 31 and Nearly All of 32 Bull.; Wright's Reports, Tappin's Reports, Disney's

Ohio Decisions on Evidence; A Digest of the Ohio Decisions Included in 1 to 20, O.; 1 to 50 and Part of 51, O.S.; 1 to 7 and Nearly All of 8, C.C.R.; And 1 to 31 and Nearly All of 32 Bull.; Wright's Reports, Tappin's Reports, Disney's

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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. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ...which the deposition is to be used, and the time when and the place where it will be taken, and in case the deposition ofa party to the suit be taken, it shall not be used in his own behalf, unless the notice specified that his deposition would be taken: the notice shall be served upon the adverse party, his agent or attorney of record, or left at the usual place of abode of such party or his agent, and the deposition shall only be used against such parties as are served with notice in one of the modes prescribed; the notice shall be served so as to allow the adverse party sufi-icient time, exclusive of Sundays, the day of service, and one day for preparation, to travel by the usual routes and modes of conveyance to the place named in the notice; and the examination may, if so stated in the notice, be adjourned from day to day.'.' Notice to take must be attached and sent with deposition or it cannot be read. Bascomb vs. Bascomb, W. 632. The oath of a party is n0t admissible, because of interest, to prove the service of notice to take depositions. Lockwood vs. Adams, 10 O. 398. Whe1e a witness serves the notice to take his deposition he may prove such service in the deposition itself. Balscr vs. Singer, 1 W. L. J. 394. Depositions taken without notice cannot be read in a divorce case, though the defeudant's residence is unknown. Houpt vs. Houpt, W. 156 Depositions taken without notice, or upon notice published in a newspaper, claimed to be read because the defendant has no known agent or attorney or known place of residence cannot be received. Lattier vs. Lattier, 5 O. 538. A notice to take depositions between different plaintiffs and the same defendant in different causes, on the same day and at the same place, cannot be objected to on...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 372g
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236988477
  • 9781236988478