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This volume contains the opinions delivered in the Court of Chancery and Prerogative Court at the February and May Terms, 1884, and also those on appeal at the March and June Terms, 1884, of the Court of Errors and Appeals; and also the new Rules, 219-221, promulgated April 4th, 1884.
By the Chancellor's direction the opinions in the following cases have not been published:
Feb. Term, 1884-Wainwright v. McGill; Chapman v. Deere ; The Chancellor v. Grant (Vice-Chancellor Van Fleet).
May Term, 1884-Colwell v. Lance; Stickle v. Stickle; Ford v. Ford; Smillie v. Marsh.
SAXTON (SAX.), 1830-1832, .
C. E. GREEN (C. E. GR.), 1863-1877,
COURT OF CHANCERY.
PROMULGATED APRIL 4TH, 1884.
219. Advisory masters and all other masters to whom causes or matters shall be referred by the Chancellor, to hear the same for him &c., shall report thereon within thirty days from the time of the hearing, unless further time be granted by the Chancellor.
220. Every party who may be affected by any order or decree, shall be held to have waived all objection to the form thereof, unless he shall file his objection thereto in ten days from the time of filing such order or decree. The objection shall specify the part or parts of the order or decree to which he objects, and state what the form ought to be. Provided, that nothing herein contained shall be held to prevent or preclude an application to the Chancellor to settle the form of the order or decree at any time.
221. Every party who may be affected by an award of costs in any order or decree where the opinion is silent on the subject of costs, shall be deemed to have waived all objections thereto, unless he objects in writing in ten days from the filing of the order or decree. Provided, that nothing herein contained shall be held to prevent or preclude an application to the Chancellor at any time to change the order or decree as to the award of