General orders and rules of the Court of Chancery at Durham

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George Walker, 1853
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Page 34 - ... and of the rents and profits, or dividends, interest, or other proceeds received by such person, or by any other person by his order or for his use in case he shall have been in possession of the property over which the mortgage...
Page 25 - We command you, That within eight days after the service of this writ on you, inclusive of the day of such service, you do cause an appearance to be entered...
Page 35 - Court such principal, interest and costs as aforesaid by the time aforesaid, then it is ordered that the defendant do stand absolutely debarred and foreclosed of and from all equity of redemption of, in and to the said premises...
Page 27 - Chancery, and further, that, within sixteen days after such service, you do shew good cause, if you can, why the suit, and all proceedings thereunder, should not be revived against you, and be in the same plight and condition, as the same were in at the time of the said abatement thereof [or why the suit and proceedings should not be carried on against you as claimed.] Witness, &c. [ The following memorandum to be placed at the foot.] Appearance to be entered at the Record and Writ Clerks...
Page 30 - Defendant, or to the hands of any other person or persons by his order or for his use...
Page 41 - ... to such new trustees, [or so as to vest the same in such new trustees jointly with himself], upon the trusts of the said indenture, [or will...
Page 31 - An account of the moveable property of the deceased come to the hands of the defendant, or to the hands of any other person by his order or for his use.
Page 35 - Plaintiff such principal, interest, and costs as aforesaid, by the time aforesaid, it is ordered, that the Defendant [do stand absolutely debarred and foreclosed of and from all equity of redemption of, in, and to the said mortgaged premises...
Page 22 - ... and that he has made or caused to be made an application to the said CD specifically to perform the said agreement on his part, but that he has not done so, and the said AB therefore claims to be entitled to a specific performance of the said agreement, and to have his costs of this suit ; and for that purpose to have all proper directions given. And he hereby offers...
Page 30 - Court in rotation to take an account of what is due to the Plaintiff, and all other the creditors of deceased, the testator [or intestate'] in the Plaintiff's claim named, and of his funeral expenses.

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