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KEY TITLES

Give the formal parts of pleadings in each particular jurisdiction, furnishing the method of making the forms in the other titles of general application. Thus, to adapt the New York complaint, Form No. 4999, to use in California, turn to the Key Title COMPLAINTS, and substitute the formal parts of the California complaint as given in Form No. 59 10 for the formal parts in Form No. 4999, and the complaint becomes good for California. In the same manner, this form may be used in other jurisdictions. Again, take the Michigan bill, Form No. 5638; to adapt this bill to use in another jurisdiction, as for example in the District of Columbia, turn to Form No. 4268 in the Key Title BILLS IN EQUITY and substitute the formal parts there given for the formal parts in Form No. 5638. In like manner, any declaration, as for instance the Illinois precedent, Form No. 6875, may readily be transformed into a declaration for use in another jurisdiction by referring to the Key Title DECLARATIONS for the formal parts. The Key Titles in the first fourteen volumes are AFFIDAVITS, ANSWERS, BILLS IN EQUITY, COMPLAINTs, CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS, DECLARATIONS, DEMURRERS, INDICTMENTS, INFORMATIONS IN CRIMINAL CASES, JUDGMENTS AND DECREES, MOTIONS, NOTICES, ORDERS, PETITIONS, PLEAS.

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ENCYCLOPAEDIA C++

of

FORMS AND PRECEDENTS

for

PLEADING AND PRACTICE, AT COMMON LAW,
IN EQUITY, AND UNDER THE VARIOUS
CODES AND PRACTICE ACTS.

EDITED BY

THOMAS E. O'BRIEN

JAMES COCKCROFT,

Author of
The American and English Encyclopædia of Law
And The

Encyclopædia of Pleading and Practice.

VOL. XIV. O T

NORTHPORT, LONG ISLAND, N. Y. :
JAMES D. COCKCROFT.

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TABLE OF TITLES.

Titles in italics are cross-references.

Poor DEBTORs, 1.

Poo R PERsons, 24.
Aoosse, A’efusal to Join, 69.
PossEssion, WRIt of, 69.
Post AL CRIMEs, 97.
Post-office, 127.
Postponement, 127.
Pozzers, 127.
PRAECIPE, 127.
Preferred Causes, 137.

A reliminary Examination, 137.

A reliminary Injunction, 137.
A remature Suits, 137.
A rescription, 137.
A resentment, 137.
PRINCIPAL AND AG ENT, 138.

PRINCIPAL AND SURETY, OR GUAR

ANTOR, 167.

Prior Conviction, 2II.
Prison Bounds, 212.
Prison Breach, 212.
PRIv ATE WAYs, 212.
Privilege, 23o.
PRIZE FIGHTING, 231.
PROBATE AND ADMINISTRATION,
238.
Procedendo, 983.
Process, 983.
Prochein Ami, 983.
Pro Confesso, 983.
Production of Documents, 983.
PROF ANITY, 984.
PROHIBITION, WRIT OF, 987.
Promissory Motes, Io.22.
Prostitution, Ioz2.
PROTECTION, Io23.

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