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Clement Dorsey. The general public statutory law and public local law of the state of Maryland : from the year 1692 to 1839 inclusive, with annotations thereto,and a copious index.
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INDEX

TO THE

PUBLIC GENERAL LAW

ABATEMENT.

 

SEE PLEADING.

 

No action shall abate by the death of either party — 1785, ch. 80,

Page

p. 229 ; 1798, ch. 101, sub ch. 14, sec, 4, .....

408

Directions for the appearance and prosecution of such actions by ad-

 

ministrators, &c. — 1785, ch. 80, sec. 1,

229

Causes referred shall not abate by such death — 1785, ch. 80, sec. 11,

233

The surviving party in an ejectment may order his action to be abated

 

—1785, ch. 80, sec. 2, ........

232

The courts may continue actions where by the death of plaintiff or

 

defendant new parties are made or to be made, as long as they

 

shall think necessary, not exceeding the end of the third court

 

after the appearance court of such new party, unless evidence or

 

plots are wanting as in other cases — 1787, ch. 9, sec. 7,

247

What suits in chancery shall not abate — 1797, ch. 114, sec. 4, .

358

No action of ejectment, waste, partition, dower, trespass quarc clau-

 

sum fregit, trover, or replevin, to abate by the death of either of

 

the parties — 1801, ch. 74, sec. 38, ......

463

On the death of a party to a cause in the court of appeals, set down

 

under a rule argument and having an attorney in court, the cause

 

shall not abate, nor shall the death be suggested — 1806, ch. 90,

 

sec. 11,

547

Directions for issuing process on the death of a defendant, where his

 

executor or administrator resides in a different county — 1812, ch.

 

145, sec. 4, ..........

613

In suits which by law are not to abate by the death of either of the

 

parties, where a declaration is filed before the death of the plain-

 

tiff, further proceedings may be had thereon ; but the executor

 

&c. may after appearance have liberty to amend as the plaintiff

 

might— 1815, ch. 119, sec. 3,

632

303

 


 

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Clement Dorsey. The general public statutory law and public local law of the state of Maryland : from the year 1692 to 1839 inclusive, with annotations thereto,and a copious index.
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