The practise of the Sheriffs' court, London

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s.n., 1657 - 1657 pages
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Page 33 - ... of goods and stoppages of monies are called " Foreign Attachments," according to the custom of the City. And upon this, the plaintiff shall find sufficient surety to the Court by pledges, before delivery is made to him; the condition being, that he shall make restitution to the defendant of all the goods and chattels so taken, or of the value thereof, and of the monies as to which he has so had execution, if so be that the defendant comes to the Court within a year and a day next ensuing, and...
Page 28 - Garnifhee fail to appear, he is taken by Default, and Judgment given againft him for the Goods and Money attached in his Hands ; and is without Remedy, tho...
Page 28 - Mayor, and diflolve the Attachment and all the Proceedings thereon; but then he and his Security are liable to what Debt the Plaintiff fhall make appear to be due to the Defendant. And the Party againft whom the Attachment is made, may put in Bail in the Compter, or fubmit his Body, which he or the Garnifhee may do before Satisfaction acknowledg'd by the Plaintiff ; and this fhall difcharge the Attachment.
Page 27 - ... against whom the attachment is made ; and it will then be tried by a jury, and judgment awarded, &c.; but after trial, bail may be put in, whereby the attachment shall be dissolved, but the garnishee, &c.
Page 26 - If an attachment be made of goods, amongst which there are some trunks or boxes locked, it ought to be so returned by the Serjeant upon the action; and the Court, the next court after the four court-dales past, will grant judgment for opening : which charge is 2s Od.

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