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. 447 Davys v. Boucher

• 397 Dawson, Angel v.

. 308 Dennett, Bailey v. 459, 461 Desborough v. Curlewis - 175 Dickens, Campbell v. . 720 Dixon v. Butler

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Matter of the Manchester
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- 236 Horrox, Costeker v.

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Court of Exchequer.

GENERAL ORDERS IN EQUITY,

1839. June 11th,

Tuesday, the 11th Day of June, 1839. THE Court doth hereby order and direct in manner fol. lowing, that is to say:

I. That in all cases in which it shall be alleged that the plaintiff is prosecuting the defendant in this Court and also in some other Court for the same matter, the defendant, in eight days after filing his answer, or further answer, to the plaintiff's bill, shall be entitled as of course, on motion, to the usual order for the plaintiff to make his election in which Court he will proceed, with the usual directions in that behalf, unless the plaintiff shall, before the expiration of the same eight days, have filed exceptions to the defendant's answer, or taken to his further answer the former exception; and in case such exceptions shall be overruled on argument or otherwise, the defendant shall then be entitled as of course, on motion, to the usual order for the plaintiff to elect in which Court he will proceed, with the usual directions. But in either of such cases the plaintiff shall be at liberty to move that such order may be discharged on the merits confessed in the answer.

II. That every Order obtained as of course to amend a bill shall contain an undertaking by the plaintiff to amend the bill within three weeks from the time of the Order being obtained, and in default of the plaintiff amending his bill within that period, the Order shall stand discharged without further motion, unless the Court shall in the meantime on special motion make order to the contrary.

1839.

III. That after a replication has been filed, the plaintiff shall not be permitted to withdraw it and amenu the bill without special motion, supported by affidavit, stating the substance of the proposed amendment, and that the same is material, and accounting satisfactorily for such matter not having been introduced sooner into the bill.

IV. That writs of attachment against parties on the record for non-payment of costs, or for non-payment of money ordered or decreed to be paid into Court, or to any party on the record, shall be issued by the clerks in Court without order, upon affidavit being filed of due service of the subpæna for costs, decree, or order, and on the default being verified by affidavit, or in case of the money being ordered to be paid into Court, by the Accountant-General's certificate of the money not having been paid.

V. That in all cases in which it shall appear that certain preliminary accounts and inquiries must be taken and made, before the rights and interests of the parties to the cause can be ascertained, or the questions therein arising can be determined, the plaintiff shall be at liberty, at any time after the defendants shall have appeared to the bill, to move the Court, on notice, that such inquiries and accounts shall be made and taken, and that an Order referring it to the Master to make such inquiries and take such accounts shall thereupon be made, without prejudice to any question in the cause, if it shall appear to the Court that the same will be beneficial to such (if any) parties to the cause as may not be competent to consent thereto, and that the same is consented to by such (if any) of the defendants as being competent to consent have not put in their answer to the bill, and that the same is consented to by, or is proper to be made upon, the statements contained in the answers of such (if any) of the defendants as have answered the bill.

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