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An Analytical Index and Digest of the Supreme Court of Judicature Acts and ... - Page 86
by Frank Rowley Parker - 1883 - 439 pages
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Commentaries on the present laws of England, Volume 2

Thomas Brett - Law - 1891 - 1294 pages
...his place of business, and, if the appearance is entered in the central office, a place, to be called his " address for service," which shall not be more than three miles from the principal entrance of the Central Hall at the Royal Courts of Justice, and if the appearance is entered...
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Wharton's Law-lexicon: Forming an Epitome of the Law of England; and ...

John Jane Smith Wharton - Law - 1892 - 793 pages
...shall be more than three miles from the Royal Courts of Justice, another proper place, to be called his address for service, which shall not be more than three miles from the Eoyal Courts, where writs, notices, etc., may be left for him ; and that if he be agent of another...
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The Consolidated Ordinances of the North-West Territories 1898: Being a ...

Northwest Territories - Law - 1899 - 1125 pages
...petition filed with the Petitioner clerk and on the copy thereof served on the respondent an muYrcSTfor address for service (which shall not be more than three miles from such clerk's office) at which all summonses, notices, demands and other papers in the proceedings may...
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Chitty's Forms of civil proceedings in the King's bench division: of the ...

Great Britain. High Court of Justice. King's Bench Division, Great Britain. Court of Appeal, Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords - Law - 1902 - 935 pages
...his place of business, and, if the appearance is entered in the Central Office, a place, to be called his address for service, which shall not be more than three miles from the principal entrance of the central hall at the Royal Courts of Justice ; and if the appearance is entered...
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A Treatise on the Jurisdiction and Practice of the English Courts in ...

Robert Griffith Williams, Sir Gainsford Bruce - Admiralty - 1902 - 789 pages
...of Justice, and the for Ser'vi'ce writ is issued in London, with another proper place, to be called his address for service, which shall not be more than three miles from the principal entrance of the Royal Courts of Justice (/), at which address for service writs and other...
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The Statutory Rules and Orders Revised: Being the Statutory Rules and Orders ...

Great Britain, Alexander Pulling - 1904
...shall be more than three miles from the office of the registrar, another proper place to be called his address for service, which shall not be more than three miles from such office, where writs, notices, pleadings, petitions, orders, summonses, warrants, and other documents,...
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The Law and Practice of Civil Proceedings, by and Against the Crown and ...

George Stuart Robertson - Civil procedure - 1908 - 933 pages
...allowed the costs of the first appearance. Remembrancer's office) another proper place (to be called his address for service), which shall not be more than three miles from the said office, where writs, notices, and other documents, proceedings, and written communications may...
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Statutory Rules and Orders Other Than Those of a Local, Personal Or ..., Part 2

Great Britain - Law - 1903
...shall be more than three miles from the office of the registrar, another proper place to be called his address for service, which shall not be more than three miles from such office, where writs, notices, pleadings, petitions, orders, summonses, warrants, and other documents,...
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The Law Journal for the Year 1832-1949: Comprising Reports of Cases in the ...

Law reports, digests, etc - 1860 - 872 pages
...more than three miles from the Record and Writ Clerks' Office) another proper place, (to be called his address for service,) which shall not be more than three miles from the said office, where writs, notices, orders, summonses, warrants, and other documents, proceedings, and...
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House of Commons Papers, Volume 55

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Legislation - 1883
...principal entrance of the Central Hall at the Royal Courts of Justice, another proper place, to be called his address for service, which shall not be more than three miles from the principal entrance of the Central Hall at the Royal Courts of Justice, where writs, notices, pleadings,...
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