26 Part 2 Law J. Rep. (n.s.) 1 (1857)

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RULES AND ORDERS

              FOR REGULATING THE


      PRACTICE OF THE COUNTY COURTS:

                                          AND

                    FORMS OF PROCEEDINGS THEREIN.


                [An Index to the Rules and Forms will be found at the end-]



  WHEiREAS by an Act passed in the Twentieth year of Her present Majesty, intituled An
Act to amend the Acts relating to the County Courts, it is enacted, that the Lord Chancellor
may appoint-five County Court Judges, and from time to time fill up any vacancies in their
number, to fraie rules and orders for regulating the practice of the Courts, and forms of
proceedin   thehin, and from time to time to amend such rules, orders, and forms ; and such
r rules, orders, an forms, or amended rules, orders, and forms, certified under the hands of
such Judg6, ow ny three or more of them, shall be submitted to the Lord Chancellor, who may
  allow or disallowior alter the same; and the rules, orders, and forms, or amended rules, orders,
 and forms ~so alljwed or altered, shall, from a day to be named by the Lord Chancellor, be in
force in a %'0tnty Court

  And wh'ep, 1 y virtue and in exercise of the power for that purpose given to the Lord
Chancellor bhtLe said recited Act, the undersigned James Manning, the Queen's Ancient Serjeant
at Law, JohA Ho * rt Koe, one of Her Majesty's Counsel, Edward Cooke, John Worlledge, and
William Furier, Esquires, were, on the second of August one thousand eight hundred and fifty-
six, appointelay the Lord Chancellor to frame such rules and orders, as to them should seem
expedient, for regulating the practice of the Courts, and forms of proceedings therein

  IN PUIR'_.1N    E of the powers thereby vested in us, We, the said James Manning, John
Herbert Ke' Edward Cooke, John Worlledge, and William Furner, have framed the following
rules, orders, nnd-forms, and we do hereby certify the same to the Lord Chancellor accordingly.
                                                            J. MANNING.
                                                            J. H. KOE.
                                                            E. COOKE.
                                                            J. WORLLEDGE.
                                                            W. FURNER.


  1. The rules o$- ictie and the forms now in use
_,n the County Courts, except in proceedings under
the Charitable Trusts Acts, shall, on and from the
first day of January 1857 cease to be used, and in
lieu thereof the following shall on and from such
day be the rules, orders, and forms adopted and
used in the said Courts.

           SITTINGS OF TflE COUR
  2. Every Judge shall appoint the days and hours
for holding his Courts; and a notice of the day and
hour on which each Court will be holden, shall,
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three calendar months before the holding thereof, be
affixed in some conspicuous place in the Court-house
and in the registrar's office; and whenever any day
or hour so appointed for holding the Court shall he
altered, notice of such alteration shall immediately
be posted in like manner; but any Judge may
from time to time hold additional and adjourned
Courts.
  3. Two Courts shall not be holden before the
same Judge on one day, unless with the consent of
the Lord Chancellor; but this rule shall not apply
to the holding of an adjourned Court.
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