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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1720-1723
Volume 34, Page 729   View pdf image (33K)
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to Annapolis, to enter into Bond in the Chancery Office, which
is almost impracticable; For Remedy whereof, Be it further
Enacted, That in case any Person shall think fit to proceed
in Equity against any Verdict or Judgment rendered against
him, on his Application to the County Court, it shall and may
be lawful for such County Court to take sufficient Security
from such Person, with Two sufficient Sureties, in not less
than double the Debt and Costs recovered against him, for the
due Prosecution of a Writ of Injunction in that case, accord-
ing to the Form following.
" Know all Men by these Presents, That we A. B. C. D. and
" E. F. of County, are held and firmly bound unto R. M.
" of &c. in the full and just Sum of to be paid to
"the said R. M. his Executors, Administrators or Assigns:
" To the true Payment whereof, we bind ourselves and every
" of us, our and every of our Heirs, Executors and Adminis-
" trators, jointly and severally, for and in the Whole, firmly
" by these Presents, Sealed with our Seals, and dated this
" Day of Anno Domini 17 "
" Whereas the above bound A. B. hath obtained an In-
" junction to stay Proceedings at Law, on a Judgment ren-
" dered against him in County Court, by for
" Now the Condition of the above Obligation is such, That
" if the said A. B. shall prosecute the said Writ of Injunction
" with Effect, and satisfy and pay as well the said as
" all Costs, Damages, and Charge that shall accrue in the
" Chancery Court, or be occasioned by the Delay of Execu-
" tion on the said Judgment, unless the Court of Chancery
" shall decree to the contrary, and shall in all Things obey
" such Order and Decree as the Chancery Court shall make
" in the Premises, then the above Obligation to be void and of
" none Effect, else to be in full Force and Virtue.
And that such Bond so given shall be a sufficient Super-
sedeas and Stop to any further Proceedings in that case, until
the Person against whom such Chancery Relief is proposed,
shall obtain a Certificate from the Chancellor, or his Register,
of the Disallowance of an Injunction in such Case, or that
such Injunction has not been sued out of the Chancery Office,
within Two Months after such Bond given, or if sued out,
that the same is dissolved.
VI. Provided always, and be it Enacted, by the Authority
aforesaid, That the Commissioners and Evidences for their
Service and Attendance, shall have, and be entitled to the
same Allowances as Justices and Evidences in the County


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