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Decisions of the Superior Courts of New South Wales, 1788-1899

Chancery Practice [1832] NSWSupC 51

civil procedure, equity - equity procedure - reception of English law, equity procedure

Supreme Court of New South Wales

Forbes C.J., Stephen and Dowling JJ, 20 July 1832

Dowling, Proceedings of the Supreme Court, Vol. 72, Archives Office of New South Wales, 2/3255



The Court ruled that it is not necessary for a deft in Chancery to take an office Copy of a Bill filed, but may obtain [95] one for the ordinary purposes of the suit, if the complainant is willing to let him have a copy out of Court to enable him to put an answer on the files - notwithstanding the Practice of the Court of Chancery in England be otherwise.  Norton brt.[1 ] on the mo.[2 ]


[1 ] brought

[2 ] motion


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