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The Maryland Code : Public General Laws and Public Local Laws, 1860
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INDEX.

ABATEMENT—
what actions at law not to abate by death............ .................
new defendant to be made....................................................
new plaintiff to be made...... ................................................
if new party dies, another to be made....................................
new party may use old pleadings.......... .................................
new party not to pay costs without assets..............................
new party in another county may be summoned........ ............
out of State, how summoned............................. ..................
new party may be made in Court of Appeals.................. .......
not to abate by marriage...... ...................................... .........
suit in Chancery not to abate, when............... .......................
how revived after death of parties........................................
where party dies after cause................. ..............................
submitted or set for hearing, decree may pass. ....... ..............
what to be done where party dies after decree for account
partition.................. ................ ......................................
how appearance of representative compelled...... ....................
not to abate by marriage....™.... ............................................
bill of revisor,when to be filed, and proceedings thereon.. ......
cause referred not to abate by death before award....................
application for writ of habere not to abate by death of purchaser.

ABATEMENTS AND TRANSFERS—
meetings of County Commissioners and Appeal Tax Court, to ma:
when to abate for losses.......................................................
to interrogate applicant.......................................................:
when abatement to be made on fisheries..................... ..........

ABSCONDING DEBTOR—
who to be deemed........ ......................................................
what averment of, sufficient in affidavit for attachment..... ......

ACADEMIES—
what donations entitled to........................ ...........................
what pupils to educate gratuitously............ ..........................
trustees to select pupils....... ...............................................
to report to comptroller, and when and what..........................
, trustees failing to report, to forfeit donation...........................
Comptroller to transmit reports to General Assembly...............
Treasurer to pay donations, and to whom........ ......................
proceedings to condemn lands for, what.................. ...............
property may be granted or devised to.............................. ...
how to be held by...............................................................
when entitled to residue of intestate's estate.. .........................
when to refund residue........................................................

ACCOUNT—
when administrator to render...............................................
what first to contain.................................. .........................
subsequent accounts, when to be rendered ......................... ...
failing to return letters revoked............................................
and bond sued.*........................................................ ...... ..
what damages recoverable.................................... ...............
what account to contain...... ........ .......................................
commissions to executor who receives legacy.. ........................
agent may be examined on oath touching. ............................
list of debts due by decedent may be returned, and effect of.....
to be recorded and copy evidence, and of what..... ........... .....
personal estate payable in the future, how to be disposed of.....
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