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Supplement to the Maryland Code, Containing the Acts of the General Assembly, Passed at the Sessions of 1861, 1861-62, 1864, 1865, 1866, and 1867
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ART. 5.] APPEALS.

1865, e. 141 amends section 10, as follows :

10. All appeals in cases of mandamus or questions
arising under the insolvent laws, or exceptions taken
on the trials of issues sent from the orphans' courts
or courts of equity, orders granting injunctions, dis-
solving or refusing to dissolve the same, appointing
a receiver, ratifying or refusing to ratify a trustee
sale, and all appeals from decisions of the orphans'
court, and from any judgment or motions to set
aside sales, or apply money in the bands of the
sheriff, and all appeals from decisions on matters of
law, made by the courts of Baltimore city, in rela-
tion to the streets in said city, shall stand for hear-
ing at the first term after the transmission of the
record.

In force from March 24, 1865.

15

1866, c. 141.
What cases to
stand for hear-
ing in court of
appeals at first
term after re-
cord transmit-
ted.

1862, c. 154 repeals section 12 and substitutes the following:

12. The court of appeals shall in no case decide
any point or question which does not appear by the
record to have been tried and decided by the court
below ; but no prayer or instruction shall be deemed
defective by reason of any assumption therein, of
any fact by the said court, or because of a question
of law having been thereby submitted to the jury ;
unless it appears from the record that such objection
was taken at the trial.

In force from June 1, 1862.
APPEALS FROM COURTS or EQUITY.

1864, c. 156 amends section 20, as follows :

1862, c. 164.
What points to
be decided by
court of ap-
peals.

20. An appeal shall be allowed from any final
decree, or order, in the nature of a final decree,
passed by a court of equity, by any one or more
of the persons parties to the suit, with or without
the assent or joinder of co-complainants or co-defend-

1864, c. 156.
Any one may
appeal.



 

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Supplement to the Maryland Code, Containing the Acts of the General Assembly, Passed at the Sessions of 1861, 1861-62, 1864, 1865, 1866, and 1867
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