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32 Registrar's book for entry of documents ..
Notice of special defence .. 41 Notice for requisition of names of firms 45 Third party notice .. 46 Notice of discontinuance of action 47 Defendant's statement 48 Defendant's admission 49 | Admission and submission to judgment 50
Notice of payment into Court 51 Acceptance of sum paid into Court 52 Interrogatories 53 Afli lavit of answer. 54 Order for delivery of interrogatories 55 Order for discovery of documents.. 56 Affidavit of discovery 57 Notice to admit documents 58 Notice to admit facts 53 Notice to produce .. 60 Summons to witness to give evidence 61 Summons to witness to produce documents 6) Order to produce documents
Notice to admit affidavits 61 Order to taka evidence de bene esse 65 Notice to Registrar of change in plaintiff's or defendant's title
before judgment .. 66 Notice to plaintiff or defendant of change in plaintiff's or
defendant's title before judgment Judgments ..
Forms of judgment.. 69 Notice of payment into Court 70 Writ of injunction .. 71 Warrant of sequestration. Return nulla bona ; general notice
by sequestrators ., 72 | Notice of execution.. 73 Warrant of execution 74 | Judgment summons 73 Order for payment by instalments on a judgment summons 76 Warrant of commitment where judgment debtor app ars 77 | Warrant of commitment whore judginent debtor does not
Certificate to discharge prisoner 79 Interpleader summons
Summons in interpleader by the Marshal 81 Order of reference
Form of award
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Notice of publication of award
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The following is the General Heading referred to in these Forms.
Probate Jurisdiction.] [Thursday], the
19. With this addition in the original summons, and in every subsequent paper issued in a civil action :Between A. B. ,
The following is the form of Jurat to an Affidavit referred to in
(General Heading.) C. D., of
[if on oath add“ being first duly sworn"] complains that A. B., of
[here shortly desoribe the matter complained of].
(Signed) Taken (or sworn) before me, this
in the year 19
Summons to Accused.
(General Heading.) To A. B., of
,[labourer]. You have this day been charged [on oath] before this Court for that you [stating shortly the offence charged).
Therefore you are hereby commanded, in the name of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, to appear before this Court on Saturday next], the at [10 o'clock in the forenoon] at [
], to answer to the said charge, and to be further dealt with according to law.
Warrant for Arrest of Accused where Summons is disobeyed.
(General Heading.) To X, Y., and other officers of this Court. A. B , of [labourer], was on the
day of 19 charged [on oath] before this Court for that (as in summons].
And the said A. B. was, by summons of this Court, commanded to appear before this Court on
to answer to the said ch and to be further dealt with according to law.
And (as it has now been proved to this Court) he was duly served with the said summons. But he has not appeared according thereto.
Therefore, you are hereby commanded, in the name of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, forthwith to apprehend him, and to bring him before this Court to answer to the said charge, and to be further (lealt with according to law.
Warrant in First Instance for Arrest of Accused.
(General Heading.) To Y. Y., and other officers of this Court. A. B., of
[labourer], has this day (or other date] been charged on oath before this Court for that he [stating shortly the offence charged]
Therefore, you are hereby commanded, in the name of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, forth with to apprehend the said A. B., and to bring him before this Court to answer to the said charge, and to be further dealt with according to law.
(General Heading.) 1. General form. You, A. B., are hereby charged as follows :(a.) That you, on or about the
(6.) That you (further charge, if any, which may be joined].
On the said charge (or charges) you are to be tried before this Court (or the Supreme Court, or as the case may be].
2. Statement of offence [after date and place of offence, according to circumstances].
(1.) Did murder one C. D.
[NOTE.-In cases under Article 53 of the Order, unnecessary to arer that the wound was given on the high seas, and that the death occurred at Constantinople.)
(3.) Did commit theft by stealing from the house of C. D. certain goods, namely, &c. (4.) Did, in the course of the trial of
commit perjury by stating in evidence that, &c.
(5.) Did commit burglary by breaking into the house of C. D. by night. [NOTE.- Unnecessary to aver intent to commit felony.]
(6.) Did receive certain stolen goods, namely, &c., contrary to section 95 of The Larceny Act, 1861."
(7.) Did set fire to the dwelling-house of C.D., contrary to section 2 of “The Malicious Damage Act, 1861."
(8.) Did throw into a ship an explosive substance contrary to section 30 of “The Offences against the Person Act, 1861."
(9.) Did obstruct C. D., an officer of the Consular Court at in the performance of his duty, contrary to Article 160 of "The Ottoman Order in Council, 1899,"
1 prison at [
3. Whereas a complaint (or charge] has been made in this Court against A. B., of
[labourer), for that (shortly state complaint or charge).
And it appears to this Court necessary to remand the said A. B.
Therefore you are hereby commanded, in the name of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, you, the above-named X. 1., forth with to convey the said A. B. to the above-mentioned prison, and there deliver him to the keeper thereof, together with this warrant. And you, the keeper of the said prison, to receive the said A. B. into your custody in the said prison, and there safely keep him until the
instant, and then to have him before this Court at [10 o'clock in the forenoon) of the same day at [
] to answer further to the said charge, and to be further dealt with according to law.
Recognizance of Bail on Adjournment of Hearing or for Surrender for Trial.
(General Heading.) We, A. B., of [labourer], L. M., of
[grocer), and N.O., of
[butcher], come personally before this Court, and severally acknowledge ourselves to owe to our Sovereign Lady Queen Victoria the several sums following, namely, the said A. B. the sum of £ sterling, and the said L. M. and N. 0. the sum of £
sterling each, to be levied on our several goods, if the said A. B. fails in the condition hereon indorsed.
4. B. L, M.
N0. Before me, J.S. (Seal.)
The condition of the within-written recognizance is as follows :-
The within-bounden A. B. has been charged before this Court for that (as in summons]. If, therefore, the said A. B. appears *before this Court on o'clock, at
to answer [further] to the said charge, and to be [further] dealt with according to law,* then the said recognizance shall be void, and otherwise shall remain in full force.
(Where the recognizance is for surrender for trial, substitute for the words between asterisks ** the following :--] before [
], on [
], at [ o'clock], at [
), and then and there surrenders himself into the custody of the keeper of the [
] prison there, to answer to such charge as may be preferred against him for the offence aforesaid, and take his trial thereon, and not depart from the Court without leave.