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Alexander's British statutes in force in Maryland. 2d ed., 1912
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INDEX TO THE STATUTES.
No man shall lose by the old forms
of pleading. 36 Edward 3, Ch. 15.
Records not to be amended in a
term after judgment given and in-
rolled. 11 Henry 4, Ch. 3.
May be amended as well after judg-
ment as before. 9 Henry 5, St. 1,
Ch. 4; 4 Henry 6, Ch. 3.
For what errors judgment shall
not be reversed, and what defects
may be amended. 8 Henry 6, Ch. 12.
Judges may amend mistakes of
clerks. 8 Henry 6, Ch. 15.
What mispleadings, &c. aided by
verdict. 32 Henry 8, Ch. 30; 18 Eliz-
abeth, Ch. 14; 21 James 1, Ch. 13.
After demurrer joined, judgment
shall not be stayed or reversed for
matter of form. 27 Elizabeth, Ch. 5;
4 Anne, Ch.16, S.1.
Except certain criminal cases. 18
Elizabeth, Ch. 14, S. 2; 27 Elizabeth,
Ch. 5, S. 3; 21 James 1, Ch. 13, S. 3;
16 & 17 Charles 2, Ch. 8, S. 2; 4
Anne, Ch. 16, S. 7; 5 George 1, Ch.
13, S. 2.
Defects in form amended. 27 Eliz-
abeth, Ch. 5, S. 2.
Jeofails extended to judgments by
confession. 4 Anne, Ch. 16, S. 2.
Jeofails extended to suits for reve-
nue. 4 Anne, Ch. 16, S. 24.
To writs of mandamus. 9 Anne,
Ch. 20, S. 7.
To proceedings in English. 4
George 2, Ch. 26.
Judgments shall not be stayed or
reversed after verdict for defects of
form. 16 & 17 Charles 2, Ch. 8.
Apothecaries.
Where exempt from offices, &c. 6
& 7 William & Mary, Ch. 4.
Appearance.
Where to be entered by plaintiff
for defendant. 12 George 1, Ch. 29,
S.I.
Arbitration and Award.
Submission may be made a rule of
Court, &c. 9 & 10 William 3, Ch. 15.
Arrests.
Priests attending divine service,
not to be arrested. 50 Edward 3, Ch.
5; 1 Richard 2, Ch. 16.
Service of process on Sunday void,
except in treason, felony, or breach
of the peace. 29 Charles 2, Ch. 7,
S. 6.
Capias first given against account-
ants. 52 Henry 3, Ch. 23.
Like process in case as in debt or
trespass. 19 Henry 7, Ch. 9,
Capias in debt, detinue and reple-
vin. 25 Edward 3, St. 5, Ch. 17.
Capias in annuity and covenant.
23 Henry 8, Ch. 14.
Arrests of Judgment.
See Judgments.
Assets.
Trusts in fee deemed assets by de-
scent. 29 Charles 2, Ch. 3, S. 10 &
11.
Proceeds of land devised to be sold
not part of testator's goods. 21
Henry 8, Ch. 5, S. 5,
Assumpsit.
See Frauds.
Assurance.
See Insurance.
Attornies.
The judges may admit attornies in
pleas before them. 15 Edward 2.
They shall be examined by the
judges, and their names put on the
roll. 4 Henry 4, Ch. 18.
Attornment.
Grants to be good without it. 4
Anne, Ch. 16, S. 9.
By tenants, except to a mortgagee,
void. 11 George 2, Ch. 19, S. 11.
See Index to Notes, page 1069.

 
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