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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
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Legal Papers of Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson - Biography & Autobiography - 1987 - 420 pages
...for the District of Hamilton, by some Attorney of said Court, or (by yourself) & by a rule of said Court to cause yourself to be made Defendant in my stead otherwise I shall suffer Judgment to be entered up against me and you will be turned out of possession[.] I am your Friend Richard Fen...
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A Popular and Practical Introduction to Law Studies: And to Every Department ...

Samuel Warren, Thomas W. Clerke - Law - 2003 - 674 pages
...Trinity Term, in Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, wheresoever Her Majesty shall then he 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 by default, and you will be turned out of possession.— Dated this 12th day...
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Conquest by Law: How the Discovery of America Dispossessed Indigenous ...

Lindsay G. Robertson - History - 2005 - 272 pages
...first Monday of December next by some attorney of that court, and there by rule of said court . . . cause yourself to be made defendant in my stead, otherwise I shall suffer judgment to be entered against me, and you will be turned out of possession." MTntosh accordingly appeared by...
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Possession of Land

Mark Wonnacott - Law - 2006
...[date] at [address of court] , 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 I shall suffer judgment to be entered against me, and you will be turned out of possession.' The person serving the notice...
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