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ABRIDGMENT

OF THE

MODERN DETERMINATIONS

IN THE

Courts of Law and Equity:

BEING A
SUPPLEMENT

TO

VINER'S ABRIDGMENT.

BY SEVERAL GENTLEMEN
IN THE RESPECTIVE BRANCHES OF THE LAW.

VOLUME THE SECOND.
Canons Creditar and Debtor.

LONDON:

PRINTED BY A, STRAHAN,
LAW-PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY,
FOR G. G. & J. ROBINSON, T. PAYNE, E. & R. BROOKE & J. RIDER,

J. BUTTERWORTH, AND L. WHITE, DUBLIN.

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ZADNS.

The Good, and Force of them.
Certainty in Pleadings.
Certiorari.
Certiorari. Out of what Court it ought to issue, and

to whom ; et è contra.
To what Court it may be granted.
What Records shall be removed by it.
Dire&cd to what Persons.
How it shall be certihed. In what Cases the Tenor

of the Record shall be cersified, and in what Cases

the Record itself.
Certiorari. Lies, in what Cases (a). .
Necessary. In what Cases.
Ar what Time.
One or more Writs,
Obiained or granted. How, and by whom. In

what Cases, and wherefore.
Removed by it; what is or hould be; and how,

and what is a good Removal.
Returned or certified ; by whom and bow. And false

Returns punished ; how.
Variance, and Effect thereof, and false Returns.
Procedendo; in what Cales.
The Effect of a Certiorari, and Proceedings, &c. after.
Costs. In what Cases.
Bills in Chancery, and Proceedings thereon.
Ceftabit. .
Cellion.
Chancellor of a Church.

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