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" No affidavit shall be read or made use of in any matter depending in Court in the jurat of which there shall be any interlineation or erasure. "
A Handy Book on the New Law of Divorce & Matrimonial Causes ... - Page 83
by James Peter Byrne - 1860 - 117 lehte
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The Common Law Procedure Acts and Other Statutes Relating to the Practice of ...

Great Britain, Sir John Charles Frederic Sigismund Day - 1861 - 523 lehte
...names of the several persons making such affidavit shall be writen in the jurat. Ante, p. 22. 140. No affidavit shall be read or made use of in any matter depending in court in the jurat of which there shall be any interlineation or erasure. Ante, p. 22. 141. Where any affidavit is sworn before any judge...
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A Handy Book for the Common Law Judges' Chambers

George Hewlings Parkinson - 1861 - 233 lehte
...deponents, the names of the several persons making such affidavit shall be written in the jurat (a). 140. No affidavit shall be read or made use of in any matter depending in Court, in the jurat of which there shall be any interlineation or erasure. (a) For Jurats of Affidavit, &c.,see Appendix No. 1. 141. Where...
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The Law and Practice of the Sheriff's Court of the City of London: As ...

Samuel Francis Bilton - 1861 - 75 lehte
...names of the several persons making such affidavit shall be written in the jurat ; no affidavit is to 'be read or made use of in any matter depending in court, in the jurat of which there shall be any interlineations or erasure, and not to be deemed sufficient if sworn before the attorney...
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Arrêts de la Cour Suprème, de la Cour de Vice-amirauté, Et de la Cour Des ...

1876
...rules of the Queen's Bench on which, I need scarcely say, our Supreme Court is expressly modelled " no affidavit " shall be read or made use of in any..." depending in Court in the jurat of which " there shall be any interliniation or era" sure."' Now, in the present instance, as we have seen, the date...
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Oaths in Chancery: A Manual for the Use of "Commissioners to Administer ...

Thomas Wolfe Braithwaite - 1864 - 107 lehte
...the margin ; not, however, on a page upon which no part of the statements in the affidavit appears. In every affidavit made by two or more persons, the...persons making it are to be written in the jurat. — See Rules and Orders for the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes, r. 50. No affidavit shall...
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The County Courts Chronicle and Bankrupty Gazette, 7–8. köide

1854
...the names of the several persons making such affidavit shall be written in the jurat. By Rule-140, no affidavit shall be read or made use of in any matter depending in Court in the jurat of which there shall be any interlineation or erasure. By Role 14], where any affidavit is sworn before my Judge or...
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Doctors' Commons: Its Courts and Registries, with a Treatise on Probate ...

George James FOSTER - 1868 - 264 lehte
...addition and true place of abode of every deponent making it is to be inserted therein." Rule 51. " In every Affidavit made by two or more persons the...persons making it are to be written in the Jurat." Rule 52. No Affidavit will be admitted in any matter in the Court of Probate of which any material...
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Pollock's Practice of the County Courts: With the Decisions of the ..., lk 776

Sir Charles Edward Pollock - 1868 - 874 lehte
...addition and true place of abode of every person making an affidavit is to be inserted therein. 81. In every affidavit made by two or more persons, the...persons making it are to be written in the jurat. 82. No affidavit will be admitted in any matter depending in the Court of Probate, any material part...
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Pollock's Practice of the County Courts: With the Decisions of the ..., lk 776

Charles Edward Pollock - 1870 - 921 lehte
...addition and true place of abode of every person making an affidavit is to be inserted therein. 81. In every affidavit made by two or more persons, the names of the several persons making it arc to be written in the jurat. 82. No affidavit will be admitted in any matter depending in the Court...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of ..., 95. köide

Great Britain. Bail Court - 1870
...moved for a rule to the same effect. — The rule of Hilary Term, 1853, r. 140, which provides that " no affidavit shall be read or made use of in any matter depending #OQQ-I in *court, in the jurat of which there shall be any interlineation -" or erasure," applies only...
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