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Agra Bank v. Raphael, 1890

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Agra Bank v. Raphael

Supreme Court for China and Japan

Rennie CJ, February 1890

Source: North China Herald, 3 February 1890


LAW REPORTS.
H.B.M.'s SUPREME COURT.
Before Sir Richard Rennie, Chief Justuce.
AGRA BANK v. RAPHAEL.
This was an action brought by the Agra Bank to claim against Mr. R. S. Raphael an order directing him to release a property (formerly belonging to Mr. B. D. Benjamin), and now the property of the Agra Bank under a decree of foreclosure) from all claims on his (the defendant's) part, and for damages for his not having released it when called upon to do so.  The case came before the court as an appointment to settle the form, of the issues to be tried.
[Not transcribed.]
  The proceedings were then adjourned for a week, and the court and counsel proceeded to further discussion in chambers.

Source: North China Herald, 14 February 1890


LAW REPORTS.
Shanghai, 10th February
Before Sir Richard Rennie, Chief Justice.
AGRA BANK v. RAPHAEL.
  This case came before the court on an adjournment from the 3rd instant.
[Not transcribed.]
  At the conclusion of the cross-examination, the proceedings were adjourned until next morning at 10.

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