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646 INDEX.1 BLAND.

APPEAL AND ERROR.

1. The sureties on an appeal bond adjudged, on a petition against their
acceptance, to be sufficient and the bond approved. Ringgold's
Case, 1.

2. In what cases and to what amount an appeal bond may be required,
and how such bonds are examined, and rejected or approved. Ib.

3. The right of appeal at law and in equity and the control of the in-
ferior Court over such right discussed. Ib.

4. No appeal lies from a decree made by consent of the appellant. Ib.

r>. A party, against whom the bill had been taken pro confesso. asked
leave to come in, for the purpose of taking an appeal, which was
refused: he, nevertheless, appealed, and carried the record up; upon
which the Court of Appeals affirmed the decree. Hoye v. Penn, 23.

6. An appeal does not He from a mere interlocutory order, by which
nothing is finally settled between the parties. McKim v. Thompson,
140.

ARBITRATION.

There is no legislative enactment relative to the reference of suits depend-
ing in Chancery to arbitration. Such a reference cannot be with-
drawn or revoked without the sanction of the Court. There must

be a decree upon an award which is fair and unambiguous upon its
face; and as to which there is no proof of malpractice. &c. Phillips
v. Shipley, 486.

ASSIGNMENT.
See BOND, 2.

DESCENT AND DISTRIBUTION.
LIEN, 8.

ATTACHMENT.

The Act of Assembly which gives the process of a judicial attachment

applies only to Courts of common law. Watkins v. Dorsett, 498.
See DEBTOR AND CEEDITOE, 20.

ATTORNEY.

See EVIDENCE, 8.

AUDITOR,

The auditor is a ministerial officer of the Court. The general character
and nature of his duties. His fees being a part of the costs, the pay-
ment of them may be enforced, in a summary way, like costs. State-
ments may be made by the auditor for the parties with or without
the directions of the Chancellor. Dorsey v. Hammond, 436.

BANKRUPTCY AND INSOLVENCY.
See PARTNERSHIP.

BILLS AND NOTES.

See DEBTOR AND CREDITOR, 18.

BILLS OF REVIEW.

1. On an application for leave to file a bill of review on the ground of
newly discovered matter; whether it is in truth newly discovered
or not, is a question, which must be then traversed and finally de-
termined, so as not to leave it open upon the bill of review itself.
Hodges v. Mullikin, 475.

 

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