Forms of Judgments and Orders in the High Court of Justice and Court of Appeal: Having Especial Reference to the Chancery Division, with Practical Notes, 1. köide
Stevens and sons, limited, 1891
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Page 137 - Whenever any book or other document is of such a public nature as to be admissible in evidence on its mere production from the proper custody...
Page 378 - Act, no creditor to whom the debtor is indebted in respect of any debt provable in bankruptcy shall have any remedy against the property or person of the debtor in respect of the debt, or shall commence any action or other legal proceedings unless with the leave of the Court and on such terms as the Court may impose.
Page 354 - ... the proceedings, apply to that court to stay the proceedings, and that court or a judge thereof if satisfied that there is no sufficient reason why the matter should not be referred in accordance with the submission, and that the applicant was, at the time when the proceedings were commenced, and still remains, ready and willing to do all things necessary to the proper conduct of the arbitration, may make an order staying the proceedings.
Page 203 - Islands, or in any colony, island, plantation or place under the dominion of Her Majesty in foreign parts, before any Judge, Court, Notary Public or person lawfully authorised to administer oaths in such country, colony, island, plantation or place respectively, or before any of Her Majesty's Consuls or Vice-Consuls in any foreign parts out of Her Majesty's dominions...
Page 62 - Any party may, without filing any affidavit, apply to a Judge for an order directing any other party to the action to make discovery on oath of the documents which are or have been in his possession or power, relating to any matter in question in the action.
Page 85 - If any party fails to comply with any order to answer interrogatories, or for discovery or inspection of documents, he shall be liable to attachment. He shall also, if a plaintiff, be liable to have his action dismissed for want of prosecution, and, if a defendant, to have his defence, if any, struck out, and to be placed in the same position as if he had not defended, and the party interrogating may apply to the Court or a Judge for an order to that effect, and an order may be made accordingly.
Page 365 - Court or a judge may refer any question arising in any cause or matter (other than a criminal proceeding by the Crown) for inquiry or report to any official or special referee.
Page 477 - An estate for life without impeachment of waste shall not confer or be deemed to have conferred upon the tenant for life any legal right to commit waste of the description known as equitable waste, unless an intention to confer such right shall expressly appear by the instrument creating such estate.