The Judicature Acts, 1873 and 1875: Containing the Statutes, Rules of Court and Orders in Council, with Notes, Forming a Practice of the Supreme Court

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Jurisdiction transferred to Court of Appeal
11
Appeals from High Court to Court of Appeal
12
Transfer of pending business
14
Maintenance of old procedure where no new procedure pnv vided
16
Law and equity to he concurrently administered
17
rules of equity to prevail
25
Sittings and Distribution of Business 2fi Abolition of terms courts may sit at any time or place
29
Transfer of government securities to and from Paymaster
30
Power to fix vacations by Order in Counoil 80
31
Continuous Sittings in London and Middlesex
32
Divisions of High Court
35
Rules of court to provide for distribution of business
36
Power of transfer
41
Jurisdiction of single judge
42
Divisional courts Number of judges
43
Sitting of single j udge in Chancery and Probate c Divisions
44
Divisional courts in Chancery Division
45
Reservation of points for divisional courts
47
No appeal as to costs except by leave
49
Assessors
50
Reference by consent and in matters of acconnt
51
Powers of court with respect to proceedings before referees
52
Seals of district registries
53
Powers of district registrars to administer oaths c
54
Power for court to remove proceedings from district registries 5t 66 Accounts and inquiries may be referred to district registrars
55
Application of County Court Act 1867 ss 6 7 8 and 10
56
Application of acts of parliament relating to former courts
57
Officers and Offices 77 Transfer of existing staff of officers to Supreme Court
58
Power of single judge in Court of Appeal
60
Personal officers of future judges
61
Provision for compensation of officers paid out of fees
62
Commissioners for oaths
63
Salaries and pensions of official referees and other officers
64
Patronage not otherwise provided for
65
Part VI
66
Concurrent administration of law and equity
67
Miscellaneous Provisions MCTION AOg 92 Transfer of books and papers to Supreme Court
68
Saving as to Lord Chancellor fi8 95 Saving as to Chancellor of Lancaster
69
SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE ACT 1875
73
Number of judges of High Court not to be reduced
74
Exclusion from House of Commons
76
Precedence of judges
77
Admiralty judge and registrar
78
Court of Bankruptcy not to be united with Supreme Court
80
Choice of division by plaintiff
82
Quorum of Court of Appeal
83
Power to appoint joint district registrars
84
Power to apply County Court Appeal Acts to other inferior courts
85
Maintenance of Probate Divorce and Admiralty Rules
87
Saving for criminal procedure subject to future rules
88
Saving for right to have issues left to jury
89
Power to adapt statutory provisions to new procedure
92
Submission of orders in council and rules of court to Parlia ment
93
Fixing and collection of court fees
94
Officers of courts at Lancaster and Durham
96
Annual account of fees and expenditure
97
General under Chancery Funds Act 1872
99
Abolition of secretary to the visitors of lunatics
100
Repeal of acta
101
Chamber clerks
102
For First Schedule tee Rules of the Supreme Court Second Schedule Enactments repealed by Act of 1875
103
THE APPELLATE JURISDICTION ACT 1876
105
Form of appeal to House of Lords
106
Appointment and qualification of Lords of Appeal in ordi nary
108
Hearing of appeals during a dissolution
109
Appeals from Scotland and Ireland
110
Appointment of three additional ordinary j udges of Court of Appeal
112
Power to make orders as to business of Court of Appeal
114
Appointment of additional judge of High Court on two vacancies in Judicial Committee
116
Abolition of appeal from High Court to Court of Appeal in cases of statutory finality
117
Repeal of acts
118
OKDER IW e I Form and Commencement of Action
121
Interpretation clause
123
Indorsements of Claim
125
Indorsement of Address
128
Issue of Writs of Summons
129
Choice of Division
130
Generally
131
In particular Actions
132
VT Concurrent Writs
133
Disclosure by Solicitors and Plaintiffs
134
Service of Writ of Summons
135
On particular Defendant
136
On Partners and other Bodies
137
In particular Actions
138
Generally
139
Service out of the Jurisdiction
140
Appearance
142
Default of Appearance
147
Leave to defend where Writ specially indorsed
150
Application for Account
152
Parties
153
Joinder of Causes of Action
161
Actions by and against Lunatics
163
Pleading matters arising pending Action
173
Statement of Claim
174
Defence
176
Discontinuance
178
Reply and subsequent Pleadings
179
Close of Pleadings
180
Trial
206
Evidence generally 217
217
XXXVIIL Evidence by Affidavit 21
219
Motion for New Trial
220
Motion for Judgment
222
Entry of Judgment
225
Execution
226
Fieri Facias and Elegit
232
Attachment of Debts
233
Charging of Stock and Distringas
236
XLVIL Writ of Sequestration
237
Writ of Possession
238
Change of Parties by Death c
240
Transfers and Consolidation
241
Interlocutory Orders as to Mandamus c
242
Motions and other Applications
245
Applications at Chambers
247
Costs
248
Notices and Paper c
250
Time
251
LVIIa Divisional and other Courts
253
Appeals
254
Effect of Noncompliance with Rules of Court
260
Officers
261
Exceptions from the Rules
264
Ordinary Writ of Summons
267
Writ for Service out of Jurisdiction
268
Writ in Admiralty Action in rem
269
A rWarrant of Arrest in Admiralty Action
270
E Form of Memorandum for Renewed Writ
271
In matters exclusively assigned to Chancery Division
272
Money Claims where no Special Indorsements
273
Indorsement for Costs
276
Probate
280
Admiralty
281
Special Indorsements
282
Indorsements of Character of Parties
284
Notice by Defendant to Third Party
286
Confession of Defence
287
Notice of Payment into Court
288
Answer to Interrogatories
289
Notice to produce Documents referred to in Pleadings
290
Notice to admit Documents
291
Setting down Special Case
292
Certificate of Officer after Trial by Jury
293
APPENDIX OF FORMS
294
Account stated
295
Administration of Estate where Will
297
Administration of Estate where Breach of Trust
299
Agent
304
Bill of Exchange 306
306
Bill of Exchange and Consideration
307
Bill of Lading
308
Bottomry
310
Charterparty
314
Equipment of Ship
320
False Imprisonment
322
Foreclosure
324
Counterclaim of Defendant
326
Fraud in misrepresenting the Value of a Business
331
Guarantee
332
Interest Suit Probate
333
Landlord and Tenant 834
334
Necessaries for Ship
335
Negligence
337
Possession of Ship
338
Promissory Note
341
Probate of Will in Solemn Form
343
Recovery of Land Landlord and Tenant
344
Recovery of Land
345
Salvage
347
Trespass to Land
351
Demurrer 852
352
Memorandum of Entry of
353
APPENDIX OF FORMS
354
After Trial by Judge without Jury
355
After Trial by Jury 855
356
APPENDIX OF FORMS E Forms of Praecipe 1 Fieri Facias
357
Venditioni Exponas
358
Fieri Facias
360
Writ of Delivery
366
Order establishing District Registries
394
Iir Order establishing New Circuits
398
Order as to Fees of Official Referees
416
ORDERS ISSUED BY THE TREASURY WITH
418
RULES AS TO THE EXAMINATION AND ADMISSION OF SOLI
430
Orders of the House op Lobds as to Appeals
448
Summary Procedure on Bills of Exchange Act
470
Act as to Parties in Administration and Trust Actions
477
SUBSISTING PROCEDURE
485
Oral Evidence and Stamping of Documents
491
Trial by Jury
498
Petition of Right
505
Imprisonment for Debt 615
515
Evidence on Commission
523
Action in Forma Pauperis
529
Titles of Statutes and Rules relating to Proceedings
537
List of Statutes giving Jurisdiction in Matters assigned
542
TIMETABLE
561
INDEX
569

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Side 153 - of any defendant it shall appear that such joinder may " embarrass or delay the trial of the action, the Court or a " judge may order separate trials or make such other order as " may be expedient. And judgment may be given for such one or " more of the plaintiffs as may be found to be entitled to relief, " for such relief as he or they may be entitled to, without any
Side 23 - Any absolute assignment by writing under the hand of the assignor (not purporting to be by way of charge only) of any debt, or other legal chose in action, of which express notice in writing shall have been given to the debtor, trustee, or other person from whom the assignor would have been entitled to receive or claim such debt or chose in action...
Side 491 - I, AB, do solemnly, sincerely and truly affirm and declare that the taking of any oath is, according to my religious belief, unlawful ; and I do also solemnly, sincerely and truly affirm and declare, &c.
Side 309 - London, (the act of God, the queen's enemies, fire, and all and every other dangers and accidents of the seas, rivers, and navigation, of whatever nature and kind soever, excepted,) unto order or to assigns, he or they paying freight for the said goods at 51.
Side 3 - High Court of Justice shall be constituted as follows : — The first Judges thereof shall be the Lord Chancellor, the Lord Chief Justice of England, the Master of the Rolls, the Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, the Lord Chief Baron...
Side 24 - Act had not passed), to pass and transfer the legal right to such debt or chose in action from the date of such notice, and all legal and other remedies for the same, and the power to give a good discharge for the same, without the concurrence of the assignor...
Side 17 - Act. 2. If any defendant claims to be entitled to any equitable estate or right, or to relief upon any equitable ground against any deed, instrument, or contract, or against any right, title, or claim asserted by any plaintiff or petitioner in such cause or matter, or alleges any ground of equitable defence to any claim of the plaintiff...
Side 157 - The Court or a judge may, at any stage of the proceedings, either upon or without the application of either party, and on such terms as may appear to the Court or a judge...
Side 478 - ... in the same manner and to the same extent as the executors or administrators in suits concerning personal estate represent the persons beneficially interested in such personal estate; and in such cases it shall not be necessary to make the persons beneficially interested in such...
Side 349 - Plaintiff the amount which shall be so found due within one calendar month, &c.] 3. [That the Plaintiff may have such further or other relief as the nature of the case may require].

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