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appear, will be deemed sufficient, and bar the party taking out the summons from the right to go before the Judge on that occasion.
8. If a formal order is desired, the same may be had on the application of either party, and for that purpose the original summons, or the copy served on the party summoned, must be filed in the registry. An order will thereupon be drawn up, and delivered to the person filing such summons or copy.
9. If a summons is brought to the registry, with consent to an order, signed by the party summoned, or his proctor, solicitor, or attorney, endorsed thereon, an order will be drawn up without the necessity of going before the Judge: Provided that the order sought is in the opinion of the registrar one which the Judge, under the circumstances, would make.
(Signed) CHELMSFORD, C.
ADDITIONAL TABLE OF FEES
TO BE TAKEN IN THE REGISTRY OF THE COURT FOR DI
VORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES.
For making each Exhibit annexed to an affidavit For settling the form of advertisements of citations or other advertisements
... For taking the evidence of one or more witnesses
before the registrar, for each day, and within
If beyond that distance ... ... ...
earnings and property For the order under seal of the court ... ...
For entering an order of the registrars of
the Court of Probate the same fee as
order made by the Judge.
BY THE PROCTORS, SOLICITORS, AND ATTORNIES Practising in her Majesty's Court for Divorce and
CITATIONS, SUBPENAS, WRITS, AND SERVICE OF SAME.
Citation, including præcipe ...
words or under, and præcipe ... ... ... If the subpæna exceeds five folios in length, for
each additional folio of seventy-two words ...
two miles of the place of business of the prac-
If beyond that distance, and not exceed
ing ten miles, for every mile one way ... Drawing and engrossing affidavit of service, if three folios of seventy-two words or under ... ...
If above, for every additional folio, in
cluding a copy for the court ...
service, or shall reside beyond the jurisdiction,
other pleadings, for interrogatories, special affi-
Ditto to defend suit ..
and the brief or case is necessarily
seventy two words or under, including a copy
ditional folio, including a copy to file Drawing and engrossing answers, replications, and
other subsequent statements, petitions for ali,
ditional folio, including a copy to file Copies of petitions, answers, and other pleadings,
also of exhibits, or other documents, at per
folio of seventy-two words ... ... ... If any exhibit or other document to be copied, or
any part thereof, contains pencil marks or
or copy fac simile, or part of a folio... Drawing the record, if fifteen folios of seventy-two words or under, including copy to file ... If exceeding fifteen folios, for every ad
ditional folio of seventy-two words,
including copy to file Engrossing record to file, at per folio of seventy
two words, exclusive of parchment ... ... For case for motion, including fair copy for Judge If necessarily more than seven folios of seventy
two words in length, for every additional folio,
including copy for the Judge ... ... ... Copy for adverse party, per folio of seventy-two
words ... ...
statement of any matter of law to be argued,
words, for every additional folio of
seventy-two words ... Copy of the issue on demurrer, at per folio of
seventy-two words ... ... ... ... Drawing bill of costs, per folio of seventy-two
words, including copy for taxation ... ... Copy for adverse party, per folio of seventy-two
words ... ... ... ... ... ...
Drawing any instrument to be filed in or issued by
the registry for which no other fee is herein
issued, per folio of seventy-two words ... For perusing and abstracting pleadings, affidavits,
exhibits, and other documents, per folio of
... ... ... ...
ditional folio, including copy and ser
vice ... ... ... ... .... In all cases where service of a notice is necessary
beyond two miles of the place of business of
vice of a citation.
On entering appearance
one guinea ...
under five guineas ...
For every hour after the first ...
tried or heard, or on motion in court ... ....
If very long an additional fee will be allowed.
If in England or Wales, per diem ...
Judge Ordinary, or before a commissioner, or
BRIEFS, CASES FOR HEARING, LETTERS, &c. For drawing brief or case for hearing, per folio' of seventy-two words
... ... For each copy, per folio of seventy-two words ... Fvery necessary letter during the dependance of
the cause ... ... ... ... Term fees, letters, and messengers, each term in
which any business is done ...
words or under, including copy for the court or
0 6 8 If above five folios, for each additional folio, including copy for the court
INTERROGATORIES. For drawing the same, at per folio of seventy-two words ...
. 0 1 0 Copy thereof to be delivered to the examiner and
filed, at per folio of seventy-two words ... 0 0 4 If it becomes necessary for proctors, solicitors, or attornies to transact any business for which no fee is herein specified, such fee shall be taken by them as would be allowed for similar business done in the Courts of Common Law and Equity, as the case may be.