Form of Practical Proceedings in the High Court of Chancery: With the Orders of Court, Rules and Regulations, from Michaelmas Term, 1849, to Trinity Term, 1854; Forming the Second Volume of the 4. Ed. of the Practice of the Court

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Wildy & Sons, 1854 - 277 pages
 

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Contents

Of service of a subpęna to hear judgment
9
For a commission to assign a guardian to an infant
10
For liberty to sue in formā pauperis 12
10
For liberty to defend in formā pauperis 13
10
For delivery of a solicitors bill and papers
10
NOTICES OF Motion 1 For a decree or decretal order 2 To amend bill
10
To take bill pro confesso 16
10
To enlarge time for redeeming mortgaged premises 16
10
To dismiss bill for want of prosecution 12 For production of documents 13 For payment of money and transfer of stock into court 18
10
For the investment of money 19
10
That a purchaser may be at liberty to pay in his purchasemoney
10
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10
judgment
25
Of service of notice of a decree or order 12 Of service of copy of a decree and of default
26
Of having attended to receive mortgage money 14 In support of a bill of interpleader
28
That the plaintiff has not deed in his possession 16 To obtain distringas on stock 17 Of the service of a notice of motion
29
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30
Of service of notice of setting cause down for further consideration
31
Of balance due upon the schedules to an answer
32
Verifying cash to be paid into court
33
Of service of a judges summons
35
pauperis
41
Pręcipe for the foregoing writs
46
The like to a county palatine 23 Endorsement of an attachment 24 Pręcipe for attachment
58
Sequestration 26 Pręcipe for sequestration
59
Distringas against a corporation 28 Pręcipe for distringas
60
Habeas Corpus 30 Endorsement of habeas corpus
61
Pręcipe for commission
62
Commission to take a plea answer or demurrer 37 Commission to take answer of a corporation
63
Commission to examine witnesses abroad
64
Pręcipe
65
Writ of assistance
66
Pręcipe 42 Commission of partition and to examine witnesses
67
Pręcipe 14 Injunction
68
Ne exeat regno
69
Ne exeat regno to Lancaster or Durham
70
Pręcipe 51 Return to commission to assign guardian c 171
71
Writ of summons c upon issue directed
72
IN THE MASTERS OFFICES Page 1 Warrant pursuant to an order of reference
73
Advertisement for heiratlaw
74
the Masters offices
75
Examination to interrogatories exhibited in the Masters office
76
Objections to a defendants examination
77
Exceptions to the Masters report
78
Charge of mortgagee as to principal and interest monies
79
Charge against executors in respect to personal estate
80
Discharge in respect of personal estate
81
Discharge in respect of real estate
82
State of facts as to heiratlaw and next of kin
83
Witnesss oath for examination upon interrogatories
95
Depositions of witnesses taken by commission 15 Commissioners oath for examining witnesses abroad
96
Clerks oath for the like
97
Endorsement of brief on the hearing
98
Caveat against the enrolment of a decree
99
Certificate of the propriety of an information
100
Bond for security for costs 26 Certificate to appoint a guardian
101
Registry of a decree c
102
Notice of filing appearance
103
Notice of submitting to exceptions
104
Notice of setting down exceptions
105
Notice of appointment to examine witnesses
106
Notice to settle minutes of or pass a decree or order
107
Notice to restrain transfer of stock
108
Examination of a married woman
109
Direction for sale of stock
110
Request to invest money
111
Special case
112
Conditions of sale of freehold estate
115
Receivers recognizance
116
Notice of application for appointment of a London commissioner to administer oaths in Chancery
118
Certificate by solicitors for the like
119
Directions for correcting proof copy of the bill
121
REGULATIONS to be observed by the clerks at the order
127
Claim by a creditor upon the estate of a deceased person
136
Claim by a person entitled to the specific performance
142
Order Of court 3rd June 1850 as to proceedings
156
ORDER OF COURT 2nd November 1850 as to exceptions
162
Interrogatories for the examination of defendants
165
Notice AT REGISTRARS OFFICE 6th November 1850
169
ORDER OF COURT 29th October 1851 as to the transfer
179
ORDER OF COURT 7th August 1852 as to printing bills
185
ORDER OF Court 7th September 1852 as to the col
200
ORDER OF COURT 23rd October 1852 as to fees
214
ORDER OF COURT 25th October 1852 as to copies
220
IN THE JUDGES CHAMBERS
228
Chonannte fon noumont of money intowana osts
230
NOTICE AT THE ROLLS CHAMBERS 3rd November 1852
231
Summons for the administration of estates
236
ORDER OF COURT 27th November 1852 as to fees
237
ORDER OF COURT 10th January 1853 as to the transfer
243
ORDER OF COURT 3rd June 1853 as to the investment
251
Order Of courT 21st June 1851 as to counting copies
259
99
264
Affidavit of service of summons
267
101
268
50
270
Rogot
272
Oath to an affidavit 42
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Page 55 - Court, and according to the statute in such case made and provided, chose to be delivered to him all the goods and chattels of the said CD in your bailiwick, except his oxen and beasts of the plough, and also all such lands, tenements, rectories, tithes, rents, and hereditaments...
Page 50 - CD in your bailiwick, except his oxen and beasts of the plough; and also all such lands, tenements, rectories, tithes, rents, and hereditaments, including lands and hereditaments of copyhold or customary tenure, in your bailiwick, as the said CD, or any person in trust for him, was...
Page 51 - Lord (a), or at any time afterwards, or over which the said CD on the said day of (a), or at any time afterwards, had any disposing power, which he might, without the assent of any other person, exercise for his own benefit...
Page 51 - AB by a reasonable price and extent all the goods and chattels of the said CD in your bailiwick, except his oxen and beasts of the plough, and also all such lands and tenements, rectories, tithes, rents, and hereditaments...
Page 101 - Payment well and truly to be mucto we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents.
Page 53 - I. and /.. together with interest as aforesaid, shall have been levied. And in what manner you shall have executed this our writ make appear to us at Westminster, immediately after the execution thereof...
Page 151 - No. 1], this court doth order, that it be referred to the Master of this court in rotation, to...
Page 48 - VICTORIA, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Queen, Defender of the Faith. To the Sheriff of greeting. WE COMMAND you that of the goods...
Page 81 - ... or to the hands of any other person by their or either of their order, or for their or either of their use...
Page 258 - Officer, an objection in writing to such allowance or disallowance, specifying therein by a list, in a short and concise form, the items, or parts thereof, objected to, and the grounds and reasons for such objections, and may thereupon apply to the Taxing Officer to review the taxation in respect of the same.

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