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" No denial or defence shall be necessary as to damages claimed or their amount; but they shall be deemed to be put in issue in all cases, unless expressly admitted. "
The Lancaster Law Review - Page 538
edited by - 1921
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The York Legal Record, Volume 36

Law - 1922
...admitted. * * * The averments of the other facts on which the plaintiff relies to establish liability, and averments relating to damages claimed, or their amount,...put in issue in all cases unless expressly admitted :" Leonard vs. Coleman, 273 Pa., (>4. "Notwithstanding the absence of an affidavit, (of defense I the...
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The Supreme Court of Judicature Acts: And the Appellate Jurisdiction Act ...

Robert William Andrews, Arbuthnot Butler Stoney - Appellate procedure - 1883 - 728 pages
...plaintiff. 4. No denial or defence shall be necessary as to damages claimed or their amount; but they shall be deemed to be put in issue in all cases, unless expressly admitted. Bfresentn **' ^ either party wishes to deny the right of any tire capacity, other party to claim as...
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Hints on Practice; Or, Practical Notes on the Judicature Acts, Orders, Rules ...

Augustine Robert Whiteway - Civil procedure - 1883 - 786 pages
...No denial or defence shall be necessary as to Defence as damages claimed or their amount ; but they shall be deemed to be put in issue in all cases, unless expressly admitted. Thi* Rule it new. 5. If either party wishes to deny the right of any other Denial of party to claim...
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Roscoe's Digest of the Law of Evidence on the Trial of Actions ..., Volumes 1-2

Henry Roscoe - Evidence (Law) - 1884
...xxi., r. 4, " no denial or defence shall be necessary as to damages claimed, or their amount, but they shall be deemed to be put in issue in all cases unless expressly admitted." See also O. xi.\., r. 17, ante, p. 72. But where the damages sought to be recovered an- unliquidated,...
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Nova Scotia Judicature Act, 1884: With Rules and Forms

Nova Scotia - Court rules - 1884 - 400 pages
...4. № denial or defence shall be necessary as to damages damage. claimed or their amount ; but they shall be deemed to be put in issue -in all cases» unless expressly admitted. 5. If either party wishes to deny the right of any other (202.) , . r J . J Denial of reprc. party...
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A Concise View of the Proceedings in an Action in the Chancery Division of ...

Richard Hallilay - Equity pleading and procedure - 1884 - 316 pages
...No denial or defence is necessary, however, as to damages claimed, or their amount; but they are to be deemed to be put in issue in all cases, unless expressly admitted, (e) If either party wishes to deny the right of any other party to claim as executor, or as trustee,...
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The Statutes, Rules of Court, and General Orders Relating to the Practice ...

Sir George Osborne Morgan, Edward Albert Wurtzburg - Court rules - 1885 - 755 pages
...4. No denial or defence shall be necessary as to damages claimed or Damages, their amount ; but they shall be deemed to be put in issue in all cases, unless expressly admitted. 5. If either party wishes to deny tho right of any other party to Denial of , . ,,,.4i ,1 • representativo...
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A Concise Treatise on the Law Relating to Sales of Land

Aubrey St. John Clerke, Hugh McNab Humphry - Conveyancing - 1885 - 586 pages
...Ch. D. 356. No denial or defence is necessary as to damages claimed, or their amount ; but they are deemed to be put in issue in all cases unless expressly admitted: Ibid. Ord. XXI. r. 4. It is important to distinguish between the jurisdiction under Lord Cairns' Act...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 110

Law reports, digests, etc - 1920
...section six; the averments of the other facts on which the plaintiff relies to establish liability, and averments relating to damages claimed, or their amount,...in issue in all cases unless expressly admitted." Appellant contends that, by the omission to file an affidavit of defense, defendants admit the averment...
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A Digest of the Law of Libel and Slander: The Evidence, Procedure, and ...

William Blake Odgers - Libel and slander - 1887 - 803 pages
...seldom succeeds. 6. No denial or defence is necessary " as to damages claimed or their amount; but they shall be deemed to be put in issue in all cases, unless expressly admitted." (Ord. XXI. r. 4. And see Ord. XIX. r. 17.) 2. Objections on points of Laie. Demurrers are now abolished...
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