A Treatise on the Constitution and Jurisdiction of the United States Courts; On Pleading, Practice, and Procedure Therein and on the Powers and Duties of United States Commissioners, with Rules of Court and Forms Volume 1

A Treatise on the Constitution and Jurisdiction of the United States Courts; On Pleading, Practice, and Procedure Therein and on the Powers and Duties of United States Commissioners, with Rules of Court and Forms Volume 1

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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. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ... 9 See as to service, Tripp v. entry, when the appellant, on learning Santa Rosa St. R. Co., 144 U. S. 126, of the mistake, appears by other and, as to signing, Freeman 1/. Clay, counsel and prosecutes it in good 2 U. S. App. 151. faith: Davis 1/. Wakelee, 156 U. S. 'Gen. Rule 9, par. 3. An appeal 680. authorized by the appellant person-' Gen. Rule 16. ally, and in good faith entered in the 5 Gen. Rule 17. Supreme Court in the name of the 'Gen. Rule 18. attomey and counsel below, will not ' Gen. Rule 19. Supreme Court by or before the return day, whether in vacation or in term time. But, for good cause shown, the justice or judge who signed the citation, or any justice of the court, may enlarge the time, by or before its expiration, the order of enlargement to be filed with the clerk of the court. If the plaintiff in error or appellant fails to comply with this rule, the defendant in error or appellee may have the cause docketed and dismissed upon producing a certificate, whether in term time or vacation, from the clerk of the court wherein the judgment or decree was rendered, stating the case and certifying that such writ of error or appeal has been duly sued out or allowed. And in no case is the plaintiff in error or appellant entitled to docket the case and file the record after the same has been docketed and dismissed under this rule, unless by order of the court. But the defendant in error or appellee may, at his option, docket the case and file a copy of the record with the clerk of the Supreme Court; and, if the case is docketed and a copy of the record filed with the clerk by the plaintiff in error or appellant within the period of time above limited and prescribed by this rule, or by the defendant in error or...show more

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  • Paperback | 308 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 553g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236950321
  • 9781236950321