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                                                          INDEX

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                            The 3d, 4th, 5th, and 6th Volumes

                                                                                    OF

                                THE LAWS OF MARYLAND.
 
 
 

    THE figures on the right hand side of the pages denote the Session, Chapter, and
Section, being placed under those several heads.  The references thereto are
pointed out by lines of different lengths, which may be traced up to the figures
immediately above them.

    The Spring or Summer Sessions of the General Assembly are marked with
the month; those which are not so marked are to be understood as the Regular
Sessions.
 
 

 

ABATEMENT

                                            A.

    No action of ejectment, waste, partition, dower, trespass,
quare clausum fregit, trover or replevin, to abate by
the death of either of the parties.
Directions for continuance, and the appearance of
the heir, devisee, executor, administrator, &c.
If the proper person does not appear to prosecute
or defend at the time at which the death is suggested,
the surviving party may proceed to make proper parties,
according to the provisions of the act of 1785, ch. 80.
    On the death of a party in the Court of Appeals, after
a cause is put under rule argument, having an attorney
in court, the cause shall not abate, nor shall the death
be suggested on the docket,
Judgment may be given as if the party were alive,
But the heir, executor or administrator, may appear,
&c. in place of the deceased, whose death shall
then be suggested.
    Directions for issuing process on the death of a defendant, where his executor or administrator resides in
a different county.
    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 plaintiff, further proceedings may
be had thereon; but the executor, &c. may after appearance,
have liberty to amend, as the plaintiff might.
    On the death of a defendant, when the person necessary
to be made a party resides out of the state, subpoena
may be issued, and on proof of service and such party
not appearing on or before the 3d day of the 2d term
after, judgment may be entered by default nisi the 3d day
of the succeeding term of said court.

Session.  Ch. S.

  1801       74  38
 
 

       
 
 

       

  1806        90 11
       
 

       
 

 1812        145 4
 
 

1815        149  8
 
 

       



 

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