The Practice Upon Writ of Trial, for Debts Not Exceeding 20; Before the Sheriff, Under 3 & 4 W.4, C. 42 Writ of Inquiry of Breaches, Under 8 & 9 W3, C. 11 Cognovit After Declaration with Practical Forms and an Index

The Practice Upon Writ of Trial, for Debts Not Exceeding 20; Before the Sheriff, Under 3 & 4 W.4, C. 42 Writ of Inquiry of Breaches, Under 8 & 9 W3, C. 11 Cognovit After Declaration with Practical Forms and an 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. 1833 edition. Excerpt: ...Borough of Great Yarmouth and Liberties. 40s. 31 G. 3. c 24. s. 21. "No action or suit for any debt or thing not amounting to the value of 40s., and recoverable by virtue of this act in the said Court of Requests, shall be brought against any person or persons in any other Court whatsoever." Section VII. In cases where the debt or damages are under 40s. and where particular statutes have empowered presiding judges to grant certificates as to costs, upon the finding of the jury, the counsel for the defendant or plaintiff, as the case may require, should, after the verdict returned, and before the Court breaks up, apply to the presiding judge for such certificate. Certificate, By presiding Judge. Application. If a point arises which makes it material for either party to obtain a certificate of the presiding judge, the counsel applies to him for his certificate. Argument. By the counsel on each side. Decision. The decision of the presiding judge is generally given immediately, in special cases he takes time to consider. In open Court. A certificate required to be granted in open Court must be given by the presiding judge in open Court, and before dissolved. Waggett v. Shaw, 3 Campb. 315. 118 Action on Judgment--Predial Tithes. Action On Judgment. 43 G. 3. c. 46. s. 4. "In all actions upon every judgment recovered, or which shall be recovered in any Court in England or Ireland, the plaintiff or plaintiffs in such action on the judgment shall not recover or be entitled to any costs of suit, unless the Court in which such action on the judgment shall be brought, or some judge of the same Court, shall otherwise order." Predial Tithes. 2 & 3 Edw.6. c 13. s. 1. "Every one of the King's subjects shall from henceforth truly and...show more

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