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" Act, 1854 (a), which enacted, that " in all causes in any of the superior courts, by order of the court or a judge, the plaintiff may (with the declaration), and the defendant may (with the plea), or either of them, by leave of the court or a judge, may... "
The Common Law Procedure Act, 1854, (17 & 18 Vict. Cap. 125), with Practical ... - Page 41
by Robert Malcolm Kerr - 1854 - 124 pages
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, as Administered in England and ..., Volume 1

John Pitt Taylor - 1858 - 898 pages
...or either of them by leave of the Court or a judge may, at any other time, deliver to the opposite party or his attorney (provided such party, if not...matter) interrogatories in writing upon any matter at to which discovery may be sought, and require such party, or in the case of a body corporate, any...
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The Upper Canada Law Journal and Municipal and Local Courts' Gazette, Volume 4

1858 - 642 pages
...ora judge may at any other time, deliver to the opposite party or his attorney, provided such party would be liable to be called and examined as a witness...matter, interrogatories in writing upon any matter upon which discovery may be sought, and require such paity within ten days to answer the questions...
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Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas and in ..., Volume 2

John Scott, Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas - 1858 - 568 pages
...effectuate this, it is enacted, that, by leave *of the court or a judge, a party to a suit may deliver ' interrogatories in writing upon any matter as to which discovery may be sought.' What is the interpretation to be put upon that ? I think it is too wide an interpretation to say, as...
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The Exchequer Reports: Reports of Cases Argued and ..., Volume 3; Volume 145

Edwin Tyrrell Hurlstone, John Paxton Norman - 1859 - 982 pages
...Act 1854, the 51st section of which enables a plaintiff or defendant to deliver to the opposite party "interrogatories in writing upon any matter as to which discovery may be sought." The question, therefore, is whether a Court of equity would compel a discovery of these documents....
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Irish Common Law Reports: Reports of Cases Argued and ..., Volumes 8-9

1860 - 658 pages
...either of them, by leave of the Court or a "Judge, may, at any other time, deliver to the opposite party or his " attorney (provided such party, if not...any matter as to which discovery "may be sought." The 70th Rule of 1854 directs that" All inter"rogatories and cross-interrogatories for the examination...
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A Handy Book for the Common Law Judges' Chambers, Page 247

George Hewlings Parkinson - 1861 - 296 pages
...plea, or either of them by leave of a Court or Judge may at any other time, deliver to the opposite party or his attorney (provided such party, if not...any matter as to which discovery may be sought, and may require such party, or, in the case of a body corporate, any of the officers of such body corporate,...
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The Common Law Procedure Acts and Other Statutes Relating to the Practice of ...

Great Britain, Sir John Charles Frederic Sigismund Day - 1861 - 586 pages
...or either of them by leave* of the court or a judge may, at any other time, deliver to the opposite party or his attorney (provided such party, if not a body corporate, would bo liable to be called and examined as a witness upon such matter) interrogatories in writing upon...
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The Irish Jurist, Volume 16

1864 - 572 pages
...them, by leave of the Court or a judge, may, at any other time, deliver to the opposite party or bis attorney, (provided such party, if not a body corporate,...examined as a witness upon such matter) interrogatories ¡a writing upon any matter as to which discovery may be sought; and require such party, or in the...
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The Law and Practice Relating to Discovery by Interrogatories ..., Page 486

William Comer Petheram - 1864 - 132 pages
...administration of justice. But now, by section 51, a party is empowered to deliver to his opponent interrogatories in writing upon any matter as to which discovery may be sought. What interpretation are we to put upon those words ? I interpret the meaning to be that interrogatories...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 4

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1864 - 716 pages
...deliver to the opposite opposite Party or his Attorney (provided such Party, if not a Body p,?^ v. Corporate, would be liable to be called and examined as a Witness c.. 125. s. 51. 5 upon such Matter,) Interrogatories in "Writing upon any Matter as to which Discovery...
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