The Practice of the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, in Personal Actions, and Ejectment: To which are Added, the Law and Practice of Extents, and the Rules of Court, and Modern Decisions, in the Exchequer of Pleas, Volume 2

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R.H. Small, 1856 - Civil procedure - 1550 pages
 

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Page 861 - ... any variance shall appear between any matter in writing or in print produced in evidence, and the recital or setting forth thereof upon the record...
Page 904 - ... for a rule to show cause why a new trial should not be granted...
Page 926 - ... shall be assets to be administered in courts of equity for the payment of the just debts of such persons, as well debts due on simple contract as on specialty...
Page 923 - And if there be two or more plaintiffs or defendants, and one or more of them shall die, if the cause of action shall survive to the surviving plaintiff or plaintiffs, or against the surviving defendant or defendants...
Page 1143 - ... or equity, other than by bringing error for reversal of such judgment, in case the same shall be erroneous, and the said landlord or lessor shall from thenceforth hold the said demised premises discharged from such lease...
Page 1143 - Court where the said suit is depending, by affidavit, or be proved upon the trial, in case the defendant appears, that half a year's rent was due before the said...
Page 988 - no goods or chattels whatsoever, lying or being in or upon any messuage, lands or tenements, which are or shall be leased for life or lives, term of years, at will, or otherwise...
Page 988 - Court, as well the party issuing such process as the party making such claim, and thereupon to exercise, for the adjustment of such claims and the relief and protection of the sheriff or other officer, all or any of the powers and authorities hereinbefore contained, and make such rules and decisions as shall appear to be just, according to the circumstances of the case ; and the costs of all such proceedings shall be in the discretion of the Court.
Page 801 - no examination or deposition, to be taken by virtue of that act, shall be read in evidence at any trial, without the consent of the party against whom the same may be offered, unless it shall appear to the satisfaction of the judge, that the examinant or deponent, is beyond the jurisdiction of the court, or dead, or unable, from permanent sickness, or other permanent infirmity, to attend the trial...
Page 861 - That it shall be lawful for any court of record holding plea in civil actions, and any judge sitting at Nisi Prius, if such court or judge shall see fit so to do, to cause the record, writ, or document on which any trial may be pending before any such court or judge, in any civil action, or in any...

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