An Analysis of the Principles of Equity Pleading: Containing a Compendium of the High Court of Chancery, and the Foundation of Its Rules, Together with an Illustration of the Analogy Between Pleadings at Common Law and in Equity
Bancroft-Whitney Company, 1889 - 542 sider
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An Analysis of the Principles of Equity Pleading: Containing a Compendium of ...
Denis George Lubé
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1890
abatement according admitted aforesaid agreement alleged allowed amend answer appear application appointed assignment aver bill called cause charges circumstances claim clerk commencement commission common complainant consideration contained copy costs course decree defendant demurrer denies depositions direct discovery effect entered entitled equity examination exceptions execution facts filed further give granted ground hath hearing honorable court Humbly injunction interest interrogatories issue judge jurisdiction manner matter motion named nature necessary notice objection obtained orator orator further original bill otherwise particular parties person Peters plaintiff plea pleading possession prayed prayer premises proceed proceedings proper prove publication question reason received reference refuses relation relief respect rule showeth statement subpoena sufficient suit supplemental taken term therein thereof thereto tion true unless unto your honors usual witnesses writ
Side 319 - ... that the plaintiff was a shareholder at the time of the transaction of which he complains or that his share thereafter devolved on him by operation of law...
Side 471 - Defendant by protestation not confessing or acknowledging all or any of the matters and things in the said Bill of Complaint contained to be true, in such manner and form as the same are therein and thereby set forth and alleged...
Side 380 - May it please your honors to grant unto your orators a writ of injunction, issuing out of and under the seal of this court, to be directed to the said...
Side 295 - ... and where the plaintiff shall not so set down his cause, but shall proceed therewith to a hearing, notwithstanding an objection for want of parties taken by the answer, he shall not at the hearing of the cause, if the defendant's objection shall then be allowed, be entitled as of course to an order...
Side 402 - ... the bank, in the name and with the privity of the accountant-general of the Court of Chancery in England...
Side 298 - Whenever any suit in equity shall become defective, from any event happening after the filing of the bill, (as, for example, by change of interest in the parties,) or for any other reason a supplemental bill, or a bill in the nature of a supplemental bill, may be necessary to be filed in the cause, leave to file the same may be granted by any judge of the court on any rule day, upon proper cause shown, and due notice to the other party.
Side 360 - August, 1821, the full and exclusive right and liberty of making, constructing, using, and vending to others to be used...
Side 297 - Whenever a suit in equity shall become abated by the death of either party, or by any other .event, the same may be revived by a bill of revivor or a bill in the nature of a bill of revivor, as the circumstances of the case may require, filed by the proper parties entitled to revive the same...