The Law and Practice of the Supreme Court of Judicature

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NO PAG 3 Venditioni Exponas 4 Fieri Facias de Bonis Ecclesiasticis
89
form a connecting link between the old and new forms
90
CHAPTER IV
91
Part V
92
Lord Treasurer and Office of Receipt of Exchequer
97
Cookes Admiralty Practice 235
113
When Plaintiff may choose Division
124
Sittings in London and Middlesex Assizes Gaol DeliveriesBefore what Judges
125
3944 Divisional CourtsDistribution of Business Powers of JudgesEules
126
Appeals from Inferior Courts
129
Cases and Points Eeserved 47 Crown Cases Eeserved 48 Motions for New Trials
130
When Orders subject to Appeal 50 Appeal from Orders in Chambers 51 Provision for absence or vacancy of a Judge
131
Power of a single Judge in Court of Appeal 53 Divisional Courts of Court of Appeal
132
Official Referees
148
DutiesAppointments and removal of Officers 85 Salaries and Pensions of Officers 86 Patronage
150
Interpretation of Terms
155
Rules in first schedule in substitution for 36 37
158
Solicitors and Attorneys
170
FIRST SCHEDULE
171
RULES OF COURT
189
VD3 Renewal of writ
201
Default of appearance
211
PartiesWho may be joined as plaintiffs
220
Actions by and against lunatics
227
Statement of claim
237
Eeply and subsequent pleadings
243
Demurrers
245
Default of pleading
248
Payment into Court
251
Discovery and inspectionInterrogatories and affidavits 252257
252
Admissions
258
Inquiries and accounts XXXIV Questions at lawSpecial case
259
District RegistriesProceedings in
260
TrialNotice and form of cause listsVer dict and judgmentAssizesAssessors Keferees
264
Evidence generallyViva voce Affidavits Printing thereof
271
Evidence by affidavit printing thereof XXXIX Motions for new trial
274
Entry of judgments
278
Execution
279
XLI1I Fieri facias and elegit
285
Attachment of debts
286
Charging of stock and shares and distringas XLVII Writs of sequestration
289
Writs of possession XLIX Writs of delivery L Change of parties by death
290
Transfers and consolidation
292
Interlocutory orders as to mandamus In junctions or interim preservation of pro perty
293
Motions and other applications
295
L1V Application at Chambers
296
APPENDICES
309
v K IV Damages and other Claims
318
Probate
321
Admiralty
322
Special Indorsements under Order III rule 6 823
323
Indorsements of Charaoter of Parties
325
APPENDIX B Forms 1 Notice by Defendant to Third Party
326
Confession of Defence
327
Indorsement of Particulars of Complaint 4 Notice of CounterClaim to Third Party 6 Notice of Payment into Court
328
Interrogatories 8 Answer to Interrogatories 9 Affidavit as to Documents
329
Notice to produce Documents
330
Setting down Special Case
332
Affidavit of Scripts
333

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