The Statutes, Rules of Court, and General Orders Relating to the Practice and Jurisdiction of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice and the Court of Appeal: With Copious Notes, Being the Sixth Edition of Morgan's Chancery Acts and Orders, Thoroughly Revised and Considerably Enlarged (Google eBook)

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Stevens and Sons, 1885 - Equity pleading and procedure - 755 pages
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Contents

Parties 1 Generally Rulos 1 to
21
Lands Clauses Consolidation Act 1815
24
Entry in District Registries Rules 22a to
28
Persons may bring funds into Court in tho Chancory
36
Parliamentary Deposits Act 1846
49
SuritEME Court Funds Rules 1884continued VII Investmentscontinued PAGE 71 Bank to renew Exchequer bills and to receivo principal
71
8
76
Trustee Relief Act 1849
88
Charitable Trusts Act 1853
94
Law of Property Further Amendment Act 1860
105
Conveyancing and Law of Property Act 1881
111
Conveyancing Act 1882
127
Settled Land Act 1882
139
Settled Land Act Eules 1882
151
Settled Land Act 1884
165
Judgment Act 1864
177
Partition Act 1876
184
Married Womens Property Act 1882
192
Petition of Eight Act 1860
201
Chancery Funds Amended Orders 1874
211
Supreme Court Funds Exiles 1884
215
Preparation of Orders in the Chancery Division and in Lunacy to be acted on by the Paymaster and particulars relating thereto
217
When a separate account is opened
218
Schedule to state when sums aro to be ascertained by cer tificate c
219
Whon interest to be ascertained by affidavit
220
Payment transfor or delivory to trustees c
221
Paymaster to act on copy of Schedules
222
Manner of lodgment of funds in Chancery Division and particulars to bo stated in request Lodgment in Court in actions for dobt or damages
223
Lodgments under Orders XXII and XXXI of the Rules of tho Supreme Court 1883 to be distinguished in Pay Office books
224
Certificate of lodgment to be filed
225
Credit to which proceeds of securities and dividends are to be placed
226
In other cases funds to be dealt with only in pursuance of an Order
227
Paymaster to prepare directions giving effoct to Orders upon recoipt of the necessary authority and information
228
Payments to official persons to bo made by transfer
229
When such dividends have been invested
230
Payments c to representatives of deceased persons
231
Within what time probate or letters of administration must have been granted
232
Investments
233
Limit of amount to bo invested
234
Investing stayed or discontinued on request
235
When money shall be withdrawn from doposit 23
236
When interest is to be credited
237
Calculation of Eesidues Evidence of Life c
238
Miscellaneous
239
Transfer of small balances to a special account
240
Names and addresses of suitors
241
Appendix No 1 PAGE
242
Judicature Act 1875
277
Judicature Act 1877
290
Judicature Act 1881
296
EULES OF THE SUPEEME COUET 1883 and 1881
305
APPENDICES TO RULES OF SUPREME COURTcontinued AppentIX K continued PAGE 12 Order for particulars goneral 627
357
APPENDICES TO RULES OF SUPREME COURTcontintied Appendix L
399
Chancery Division rAGE
407
London and Middlesex Rulo 29
417
APPENDICES TO KULE3 OP SUPEEME COTJETcontinued Appendix
445
Costs 1 Costs Eules 1 to 26 539547
539
APPENDICES TO THE EULES OF THE SUPEEME COUET 1883
569
Paet II
575
Indorsements for Costs
578
Appendix B Notice fcc
579
Notice of Payment into Court
580
Actions included in Ord III r 6 classes A B C D E and F 592593
592
Section V
600
Forms of Judgment page 1 Default of appoarance and defence in caso of liquidated demand
604
Judgment after appearance and order under Ord XIV r 1
605
Judgment after trial of questions of account by referee
606
Judgment on certificate of registrar of County Court
607
Judgment where no judgment entered at trial by jury
608
Elegit
609
Writ of possession
610
Certiorari
611
Commission to examine witnesses
612
Entry of action for trial
613
Search
614
Fieri facias on order for costs
615
Venditioni exponas
616
Fieri facias to the archbishop de bonis ecclesiasticis during the vacancy of a bishops see
617
Delivery
618
Sequestration
619
Subpoena ad testificandum general form
620
Subpoena duces tecum at assizes
621
Certiorari to County Court
622
Commission to examino witnesses 623624
623
Appendix K 1 Summons general form
625
Order for time
626
Order under Ord XrV No 4
627
Order to discharge or vary on application by third party C28 15 Order to dismiss for want of prosecution
628
Order for servico out of jurisdiction
629
Order of reference
630
Order charging stocknisi
631
Order for arrest capias under Debtors Act
632
Order of reference to master
633
37a Order for issue of letter of request
635
Garnishee order attaching debt
636
Order on sohcitors application to tax bill of costs
637
Order to try action in County Court
638
Order for payment of judgment debt by instalments
639
Interpleader Order No 1
640
Interpleader Order No 4
641
Interpleader Order No 7
642
Summons by chief clerk
643
Notice to creditor to produce documents
644
Notice to creditor of allowance of claim
645
Notico to creditor to prove his claim
646
Affidavit verifying accounts and answering usual inquiries as to real and personal estate 647648
647
Account of personal estate being Account A referred to in Form No 11
649
Account of rents and profits being the Account B referred to in No 11
650
Receivers account 651652
651
Ordinary conditions of sale
653
Affidavit of result of sale
654
List of debts allowed
655
List of annuities and arrears duo
656
Affidavit verifying receivers report
657
Affidavit verifying abstract
658
Request to set down cause for further consideration
659
Appendix M
660
Appendix N Costs 662
662
Repeals
668
Order as to Fees and Percentages to be taken by Stamps 669677
669
Order as to Supreme Court Fees 1884 678685
678
Order as to Supreme Court Fees October 1884
686
GENERAL INDEX 687723
687

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