Chitty's Forms of Civil Proceedings in the King's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice: And on Appeal Therefrom to the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords
Sweet and Maxwell, Limited, 1902 - 935 pages
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above-named according action affidavit aforesaid agent allowed amended amount appearance application behalf bill cause certificate chattels claim copy costs counter-claim Court of Justice damages dated the day day of 19 debt default defendant defendant's delivered directed district documents effect entered entitled evidence examination execution facts fieri facias filed follows Formal further give given ground hearing High Court indorsed insert interest issued Judge judgment jurisdiction King's Bench Division land leave liberty London Lord manner matter mentioned necessary notice oath obtained officer otherwise paid particulars party payment person plaintiff pleading possession preceding proceed proceedings produced pursuant question reason received recover referred respect Rule seal served sheriff Signed solicitor statement of claim stayed supra Sworn taken thereof Title trial unless usual witness writ of summons
Page 512 - ... who ought to have been joined, or whose presence before the Court may be necessary in order to enable the Court effectually and completely to adjudicate upon and settle all the questions involved in the cause or matter, be added (Order 16, r.
Page 30 - All persons may be joined as defendants against whom the right to any relief is alleged to exist, whether jointly, severally or in the alternative; and judgment may be given against such one or more of the defendants as may be found to be liable, according to their respective liabilities.
Page 137 - The Court or a Judge may, at any stage of the proceedings, order to be struck out or amended any matter in any indorsement or pleading which may be unnecessary or scandalous, or which may tend to prejudice, embarrass, or delay the fair trial of the action...
Page 122 - Court, as might properly have been granted against such person if he had been made a defendant to a cause duly instituted by the same defendant for the like purpose ; and every person served with any such notice shall thenceforth be deemed a party to such cause or matter, with the same rights in respect of his defence against such claim, as if he had been duly sued in the ordinary way by such defendant.
Page 629 - GH, or his certain attorney, executors, administrators, or assigns. For which payment to be made we bind ourselves, and each and every of us, in the whole, our and each of our heirs, executors, and administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
Page 184 - ... satisfied that there is no sufficient reason why the matter should not be referred in accordance with the agreement...
Page 422 - Lord (a) or at any time afterwards, or over which the said CD on the said day of or at any time afterwards had any disposing power which he might without the assent of any other person exercise for his own benefit...
Page 583 - One thousand seven hundred and eightyseven, and in the fourth year of the translation of the Most Reverend Father in God, John, by Divine Providence Lord" Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of all England, and Metropolitan...
Page 189 - ... to give in evidence, in mitigation of damages, that he made or offered an apology to the plaintiff for such defamation before the commencement of the action, or as soon afterwards as he had an opportunity of doing so, in case the action shall have been commenced before there was an opportunity of making or offering such apology.
Page 237 - Take notice that the plaintiff [or defendant] in this cause proposes to adduce in evidence the several documents hereunder specified, and that the same may be inspected by the defendant [or plaintiff], his solicitor or agent, at on , between the hours of ; and...