The Presidency Small Cause Courts Acts, 1882 to 1899, and the Rules of Practice of the Courts of Small Causes of Madras and Bombay Made Thereunder

The Presidency Small Cause Courts Acts, 1882 to 1899, and the Rules of Practice of the Courts of Small Causes of Madras and Bombay Made Thereunder

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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. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...directs. The following aro tho applications referred to: --(1) By a plaintiff for restoration of a suit, dismissed for non-payment of procoss-fecs, (rr, 91, S3), or for non-appearaneo of both parties (rr. 92, 93), or fornon-appoaranco by the plaintiff only (r. 97). (2) By a defendant to sot aside an e, r parte decree (r. 102). (3) For summons to a witness (r. 141). (4) For execution of a decree (r. 193). (5) For stay of execution (r. 195). (6) To cmtoT up payment or adjustment of a decree (r. 218). (7) Claim to attached property (r. 233). (8) Complaint of obstruction to tho oxecution of a decree (r. 262). (9) In proceedings on the death, marriage, or insolvency of a party (Oh. XIX). (10) For security for costs (r. 296). (11) For commission to oxamino witnesses (r. 300). (12) In proceedings as to tho infancy or lunacy of a party (Ch. XXVIII). (13) For security for appearance of a defendant, to answer any decree to bo passed (r. 376). (14) For security or attachment before judgment (r. 382). (15) Claim to property attached bofore judgment (r. 386). (16) For reference to an arbitrator (r. 396). (17) To set aside an award (r. 411). (18) For leave to sue (s. IS). (19) For a new trial (s. 38). (20) For possession of immoveable property (s. 41). (21) For a distress warrant (s. 53). (22) For tho dischargo or suspension of a distress warrant (s. 60). An application under section 41 will bear the same foe as a plaint;(-) but in respect of tho other applications no fee is chargeable. (6) Tho provision as to applications under section 18 of tho Act is repeated in rule 44. Application 30. An application under Section 18 of the Principal Act sue.leaVet0 for leave of the Court to institute a suit, shall, in addition to the (a) S. 71. (6) Seo r. 33, note. Thoshow more

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  • Paperback | 116 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 222g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236576861
  • 9781236576866