Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery by the Right Hon. Sir J. L. Knight Bruce, Vice-Chancellor, Vol. 1: Michaelmas Term, 1841, to Trinity Term, 1842 (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery by the Right Hon. Sir J. L. Knight Bruce, Vice-Chancellor, Vol. 1: Michaelmas Term, 1841, to Trinity Term, 1842 It is true, that, the answer does not put this fact distinctly in issue, and there is no distinct averment in the pleadings on the subject. It is in evidence, that, after the bank ruptcy, no notice was given by the assignees of the bank rupt, or by the representative of the deceased, as required by the deed of settlement. The notice was, ...

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