This historic book may have numerous typos or missing text. Not
indexed. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the
original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1896. Not
illustrated. Excerpt: ... Leslie v. Carr. Applicable to questions
arising before the passage of that Act are entirely inapplicable
now. The judgment of a married woman, which was then presumably
void, is now presumably valid. It is no longer necessary to such
validity to set out on the record the facts which before the Act
were necessary to give the judgment validity." The exceptions are
overruled and the proceedings are affirmed. From Levi Leedom,
Hollldaysburg, Pa. Sunday v. Hagenbuch. Practice, equity--Rules of
court--Type-toritten bill. A bill In equity In type-writing Is not
a compliance with the equity rules which require that "every bill
shall be printed." Rule to show cause why the bill filed in this
case should not be quashed and dismissed at the cost of the
plaintiff, and that all proceedings stay in the meantime. C. P.
Schuylkill Co., July T., 1896, No. 5, in Equity. On June 9,1896,
Charles C. Sunday filed his bill in equity, which was in
typewriting, against Anna D. Hagenbuch, Samuel C. McClure and James
H. Hagenbuch, and containing a certificate of counsel "that we did
not have time to print the bill." The prayer of the bill was to
have certain deeds or conveyances declared void and fraudulent as
against the plaintiff, and that the defendant be directed to
deliver up the same for cancellation, and that a decree of specific
performance of an alleged contract for the sale of real estate be
made in favor of said plaintiff. On June 22, 1896, James H.
Hagenbuch, one of the defendants, filed his affidavit, setting
forth " that the bill in equity filed in the above stated case is
not printed on white sized paper of a convenient size, as required
by section 14 of rule in of the rules in equity; that counsel for
plaintiff did not certify that his client, by reason of poverty,
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