An Epitome of the Practice of the High Court of Chancery: As Altered by the Orders of the 3d April, 1828, the 23d November, 1831, the Chancery Regulation Act, 3 & 4 W. 4, C. 94, and the Orders Issued in Pursuance Thereof, on the 21st December, 1833 and 5th May, 1837 : Adapted for the Instruction of the Junior Members of the Profession, with an Appendix of Forms of Writs, and the Orders Complete to 1837, &c. &c
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Accountant affidavit aforesaid allowed amend amount answer appear application appointed attendance bill brief cause certificate Chancellor or Vice Clerk in Court commission considered contained contempt copy costs counsel course Court of Chancery Decree or Order deemed defendant defendant's delivered demurrer deposit directed dismissed entered entry examination exceptions facts filed give given Grant heard hearing Honourable infant insufficient interrogatories issuing leave liberty Lord Chancellor manner marked Master Master's Office mentioned motion necessary notice obtained occasioned Office office copy original otherwise paid party passed payment person petition plaintiff plea plead prepared presented proceed proceedings produced proper publication received reference Registrar Report require respect Rolls rules seal served settled signed Six Clerks solicitor subpæna subpoena sufficient suit sworn taken term thereof tion transfer unless usual Vice Chancellor warrant witnesses writ writing
Page 139 - ... into the Bank of England in the name and with the privity of the accountant general of the Court of Chancery, to be placed to his account...
Page 125 - Office, specifying therein the dates and general description of the several proceedings which have been taken in any cause in the said office, whether such Clerk in Court be or not concerned as Clerk in Court in the cause ; and that he shall be entitled to receive the sum of three shillings and fourpence for such certificate, and no more.
Page 120 - But after replication filed, the plaintiff shall not be permitted to withdraw it and to amend his bill, except upon a special order of a judge of the court, upon motion or petition, after due notice to the other party, and upon proof by affidavit, that the same is not made for the purpose of vexation or delay, or that the matter of the proposed amendment is material, and could not with reasonable...
Page 130 - The master shall be at liberty to examine any creditor or other person coming in to claim before him, either upon written interrogatories or viva voce, or in both modes, as the nature of the case may appear to him to require.
Page 128 - Master is to be at liberty upon the application of any other party interested, either as a party to the suit or as one who has come in and established his claim before the Master, under the decree or order...
Page 11 - The day on which an order for security for costs is served, and the time thenceforward until and including the day on which such security is given, shall not be reckoned in the computation of time allowed to plead, answer interrogatories, or take any other proceeding in the cause or matter.
Page 133 - ... only, then also the name or firm and place of business or residence of the principal solicitor, shall in all cases be delivered and filed at the Central Office.
Page 126 - Clerical mistakes in decrees or decretal orders, or errors arising from any accidental slip or omission, may, at any time before an actual enrollment thereof, be corrected by order of the court or a judge thereof, upon petition, without the form or expense of a rehearing.
Page 142 - Do you know, or can you set forth, any other matter or thing which may be a benefit or advantage to the parties at issue in this cause, or either of them, or that may be material to the subject of this, your examination, or the matters in question in this cause? If yea, set forth the same fully and at large in your answer.
Page 81 - All parties accounting before a master shall bring in their respective accounts in the form of debtor and creditor; and any of the other parties who shall not be satisfied with the accounts so brought in shall be at liberty to examine the accounting party, viva voce, or upon interrogatories in the master's office, or by deposition, as the master shall direct.