The Practical Register in Chancery: With the Addition of the Modern Cases, and a Copious Index

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A. Strahan, 1800 - 492 sider

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Side 304 - Lynn; and it is a wellsettled rule, that no one need be made a party, against whom, if brought to a hearing, the plaintiff can have no decree.
Side 98 - On arguing a demurrer to a bill of review, nothing can be read but what appears on the face of the decree ; but after the demurrer is overruled, the plaintiffs are at liberty to read bill or answer, or any other evidence, as at a rehearing, the cause being now equally open (6) (3).
Side 99 - The bill may pray simply that the decree may be reviewed and reversed in the point complained of, if it has not been carried into execution. If it has been carried into execution the bill may also pray the further decree of the Court to put the party complaining of the former decree into the situation in which he would have been if that decree had not been executed.
Side 77 - Stafford from the time whereof the memory of Man is not to the contrary, have...
Side 119 - You swear, or solemnly affirm, that what is contained in this your answer (or plea and answer), as far as concerns your own act and deed, is true to your own knowledge, and that what relates to the act and deed of any other person or persons, you believe to be true.
Side 277 - That he shall do right to all manner of people, poor and rich, after the laws and usages of the realm. 3. That he shall truly counsel the King, and his counsel he shall layne 1 and keep.
Side 285 - Rich,3 that funds belonging to wards of the Court cannot be transferred into the name of the Accountant-General to the credit of the cause, until the account...
Side 133 - A contempt is a disobedience to the Court or an opposing or despising the authority, justice, or dignity thereof. It commonly consists in a party's doing otherwise than he is enjoined to do, or not doing what he is commanded or required by the process, order, or decree of the Court.
Side 99 - Court in some shape ; for if it is for matter apparent in the body of the decree, then upon the plea and demurrer of the defendant to the bill the Court judges whether there are any grounds for opening the enrolment.
Side 228 - ... give it how he will, either at twenty-one or at marriage, or payable at twenty-one or payable at marriage, and the child has no other provision, the Court will give interest by way of maintenance, for they will not presume the father inofficious, or so unnatural as to leave a child destitute.

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