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" Court ; and then and there, by a rule to be made of the same Court, to cause yourself to be made defendant in my stead ; otherwise, I shall suffer judgment to be entered against me by default, and you will be turned out of possession. "
The American Jurist: And Law Magazine - Page 75
1843
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Practice Common-placed: Or, the Rules and Cases of Practice in ..., Volumes 1-2

Civil procedure - 1780
...term, in his majeify's court of King's BenJi [or Udmmon Pleas, as the cafe is] ai. Wcfiminfter, by lome attorney of that court; and then and there, by rule of the fame court, to caufe yourfelf to be made defendant in piy Head, otherwife I fhall fuffer judgment to...
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The New Instructor Clericalis, Stating the Authority, Jurisdiction, and ...

Civil procedure - 1790 - 717 pages
...Malefty's court of cruntT_&7' t-. D l- tl a • a L f "v' ?rl»'9 Common Bench at Irejlmitjier, by fome attorney » „,.„.•• of that court, and then and there, by rule of the fame court, to caufe lou.f.lr to be made defendant in my ftead, otheiwife I fhall differ judgment therein...
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The Laws Relating to Landlords and Tenants: Or, Every Landlord and Tenant ...

John Paul, George Wilson - Landlord and tenant - 1791 - 203 pages
...tiafirft day of Michaelmas term next, in in his majefty's court of King's Bench, at Wejlimnjlcr, by fome attorney of that court, and then and there by rule of the fame court, to caufe yourfelf to be made defendant in my flead, otherwife I fhall fufler judgment therein...
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A Complete System of Pleading: Comprehending the Most Approved ..., Volume 10

John Wentworth - Pleading - 1797
...do advife you to appear next Michaelmas term in his majefty's court of king's bench at XV. by fome attorney of that court, and then and there by rule of the fame court to caufeyourfclf to be made defendant in my ftearl, otherwife 1 fhail fuffer judgment to...
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The Clerk's Assistant, in Two Parts: Part I. Containing the Most Useful and ...

Forms (Law) - 1805 - 256 pages
...of judicature, to be held for the ftate cf New. York, at on the day of next, in perfon, or by fome attorney of that court; and then and there, by rule of the fame cuurr, to caufe yoorfelf'to be made defendant in my Read, ötherwife I fhall furTer judgment to...
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The New Instructor Clericalis: Stating the Authority, Jurisdiction, and ...

John Impey - Civil procedure - 1818 - 971 pages
...Westminster, (if it be by bill) ; if by original say, " King's Bench wheresoever he shall then be in England," by some attorney of that court ; and then and there,...defendant in my stead, otherwise I shall suffer judgment to be entered against me, and you will be turned out of possession. Your loving friend, Richard Rot....
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A treatise on the parties to actions, the forms of actions, and on pleading ...

Joseph Chitty - Forms (Law) - 1819
...P. 640. Bench, wheresoever, &c. (or in the Common Picas, " in hit Majesty's Court of Common Bench, at Westminster"}, by some attorney of that court,...then and there, by rule of the same court, to cause himself to be made defendant in my stead, otherwise I shall suffer judgment therein to be entered against...
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The History, Principles and Practice, (ancient and Modern,) of the Legal ...

Charles Runnington - Ejectment - 1820 - 596 pages
...king's bench WHERESOEVER, &c. by some attorney of that court, and then aud there, by a rule to be made of the same court, to cause yourself to be made defendant in my stead ; otherwise I shall suiter judgment to be entered against me, and you will be turned out of possession. Your loving friend...
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A Dictionary of the Practice in Civil Actions: In the Courts of ..., Volume 1

Thomas Lee - Law - 1825 - 1394 pages
...stat. viz. 1 G. IV. c. 87. ». 1. abstracted paye 530, ante) in his majesty's court of King's Bench at Westminster, by some attorney of that court, and then and there, by rule of the saine court, to cause yourself to be made defendant in my stead, otherwise I shall suffer judgment...
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Commentaries on the laws of England. [Another]

William Blackstone (sir.) - 1825
...title to the same, do advise you to appear next Hilary term in his majesty's court of king's bench at Westminster, by some attorney of that court, and then and there, by a rule to be made of the same court, to cause yourself to be made defendant in my stead : otherwise...
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