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THE SUPERIOR COURTS OF LAW,
SO FAR AS IT IS ALTERED, OR AFFECTED BY THE LATE STATUTES
FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE LAW, ETC.
AND THE RULES OF COURT, AND DECISIONS THEREON:
ARRANGED IN THE ORDER OF THE NINTH EDITION
OF STATUTES, RULES OF COURT, AND PRACTICAL FORMS;
COPIOUS ANALYTICAL INDEX.
BY WILLIAM TIDD, Esq. .
OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER AT LAW.
PRINTED FOR SAUNDERS AND BENNING, (SUCCESSORS TO J. BUTTERWORTH
AND SON,) 43, AND H. BUTTERWORTH, 7, FLEET STREET.
In consequence of the several Acts of Parliament, Rules of Court, and judicial decisions, on practical subjects, since the publication of the Ninth Edition of “the Practice of the Courts of King's Bench, &c." in Trinity Term 1828, three Supplements to that work have already been published by the Author: The first, which was brought out in Michaelmas term 1830, contained all the Statutes, Rules of Court, and decided Cases, to that time; particularly the Act for the more effectual Administration of Justice, in England and Wales; and also a practical Treatise on the Tender of Money, and the Law relating to Fees of Officers of the Courts, &c. The second Supplement, which appeared in Hilary Vacation 1832, contained the General Rules of the Courts, since the Administration of Justice Act; with introductory Statements of the Practice, as it existed before, and was affected by those Rules ; and the third Supplement, which was published in November following, was confined to the Act for Uniformity of Process in personal actions, in his Majesty's Courts of Law at Westminster ; with the General Rules made by the Judges, in pursuance thereof; and an Appendix of Practical Forms. But, besides the Administration of Justice, and Uniformity of Process Acts, other Acts of Parliament have been passed, within the last three years