The Practice at Law; In Equity, and in Special Proceedings, in All the Courts of Record in the State of New York; With Appropriate Forms Volume 7

The Practice at Law; In Equity, and in Special Proceedings, in All the Courts of Record in the State of New York; With Appropriate Forms Volume 7

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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. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...judgment or decree of a "com peteut tribunal," only applies where the tribunal had jurisdiction under some circuinstances. See People F17 1-cl. Tweeri v. Liaooinb, 60 N. Y. (15 Sick.) 559; People ea: rel. Woolf v. Jacobs, 66 N. Y. (21 Sick.) 8. 2017. Application for the writ must be made, by a written petition, APl""8signed, either by the person for whose relief it is intended, or by some, ' ', ', "o"" person in his behalf, to either of the following courts or officers: gig!" 1. The supreme court, at a special or general term thereof, where the 6' prilsloner is detained within the judicial district within which the term is e 2-A justice of the supreme court, in any part of the State. 3. An ofiicer authorized to perform the duties of a justice of the supreme court at chambers, being or residing within the city or county, where the prisoner is detained; or, if there is no such ofiieer within that city or county, capable of acting, or, if all those who are capable of acting and authorized to grant the writ, are absent, or have refused to grant it, then to an ofiicer, authorized to perform those duties, residing in an adjoining county. 2 R. S. 563 (584), 23. Sec 5 Wait's Pr. 511, 514. 2018. Where application for either writ is made as prescribed in sub-Applicadivision third of the last section, without the county where the prisoner f, ', ', ', ', ', ', ', is detained, the oflicer must require proof, by the oath of the person ap-wumy: plying, or by other suificient evidence, of the facts which authorize him '., '.', '.', '.', ..., _ to act as therein prescribed; and if ajudge in that county, ...show more

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  • United States
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