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The Principles and Forms of Practice in Civil Actions in Courts of Record ... - Page 1673
by Austin Abbott - 1907
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The Orders of the High Court of Chancery: From Hilary V. 1828 to Mich. T ...

Samuel Miller - Equity pleading and procedure - 1842 - 414 pages
...in use be in future altered, and shall stand and be in the words or to the effect following: — " Do you know, or can you set forth any other matter or thing which may be of benefit or advantage to the parties at issue in this cause or either of them, or that may be material...
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Practice of the Court of Chancery: With an Appendix, Containing All the ...

Solomon Atkinson - Equity pleading and procedure - 1842 - 412 pages
...in use be in future altered, and shall stand and be in the words or to the effect following: — " Do you know, ' or can you set forth any other matter or thing which ' may be of benefit or advantage to the parties at issue ' in this cause, or either of them, or that may be...
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The New Chancery Practice: Being a Condensed Treatise of The Practice of the ...

Hubert Ayckbourn - Equity pleading and procedure - 1844 - 537 pages
...in use be in future altered, and shall stand and be in the words or to the effect following : — " Do you know, or can you set forth any other matter or thing which may be of benefit or advantage to the parties at issue in this cause or either of them, or that may be material...
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The Country-solicitor's Practice in the High Court of Chancery: To which is ...

John Gray - Acknowledgments - 1845 - 431 pages
...remembrance, and belief. Second interrogatory. Are you, or are you not, &c. Declare, &c. Last interrogatory. Do you know, or can you set forth any other matter or thing which may be of benefit or advantage to the parties at issue in this cause, or either of them, or that may be material...
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A Treatise on the Practice of the High Court of Chancery: With ..., Volume 2

Edmund Robert Daniell - Equity pleading and procedure - 1846
...the effect following : " Do you know or can yon set forth any other matter or thing which may be of benefit or advantage to the parties at issue in this...material to the subject of this your examination, or to the matters in question in this cause." If yea, set forth the same, &c.' It is obvious, however,...
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The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, Volume 31

Law - 1846
...last interrogatory" shall for the future " stand and be in the words or to the effect following : — Do you know or can you set forth any other matter or thing which may be of benefit or advantage to the parties to this cause, or either of them, or that may be material to...
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Pleading and Practice of the High Court of Chancery, Volumes 1-3

Edmund Robert Daniell - Equity pleading and procedure - 1846
...in use be in future altered, and shall stand and be in the words or to the effect following : — ' Do you know or can you set forth any other matter or thing which may be of benefit or advantage to the parties at issue in this cause or either of them, or that may be material...
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The New Chancery Practice: Comprising All the Alterations Effected by the ...

Hubert Ayckbourn - Equity pleading and procedure - 1846 - 552 pages
...order, 21 Dec. 1833, the last interrogatory is directed to be in the following form:—"Do you kuow, or can you set forth any other matter or thing which may be of benefit or advantage to the parties at issue in this cause, or either of them, or that may be material...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence in the Courts of Equity

Richard Newcombe Gresley - Equity pleading and procedure - 1847 - 482 pages
...commonly in use be in "future altered, and shall stand and be in the words or to the "effect following: Do you know, or can you set forth, any " other matter or thing which may be of benefit or advantage " to the parties at issue in this cause, or either of them, or that " may be...
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The Standard Library Cyclopedia of Political, Constitutional, Statistical ...

Political science - 1848
...1833, the last interrogatory before that date commonly in use is in future to be allowed as follows : " Do you know or can you set forth any other matter or thing which may be of benefit or advantage to the parties at issue in this cause, or either of them," &c. A party, however,...
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