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" There is a formal and a substantial distinction as to the locality of trials. I state them as different things : the substantial distinction is, where the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect of the judgment cannot be had, if it is laid in a wrong... "
Essays: Upon I. The Law of Evidence. II. New Trials. III. Special Verdicts ... - Page 36
by John Morgan (Barrister-at-law) - 1789
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A Treatise on Pleading and Parties to Actions: With Second and ..., Volume 1

Joseph Chitty - 1851
...the locality of trials. The substantial distinction with regard to matters arising within tltis realm is where the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect of the judgment 'could not be had, if it were r 257 ~J laid in a wrong place ; as in the case of ejectments, where...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery ..., Part 165, Volume 4

Great Britain. Court of Chancery - 1860
...to the locality of trials ; I state them as different things ; the substantial distinction is when the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect of the judgment cannot be had if it is laid in the wrong place. That is the case of all ejectments, where possession is to be delivered by the sheriff...
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Reports of Cases at Law and in Chancery Argued and Determined in ..., Volume 2

Illinois. Supreme Court - 1841
...substantial distinction between local and transitory actions being, as laid down by Lord Mansfield, that, " Where the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect of the judgment cannot be had, if the venue be laid in a wrong place, the action is local;" while here the process of our Courts, final...
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Albany Law Journal, Volume 22

1880
...distinction as to the locality of trials. I state them in different things ; the substantial distinction is where the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect...be had if it is laid in a wrong place. That is the case of all ejectments where the possession is to be delivered. * * * With regard to matters that arise...
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Chitty's Treatise on Pleading and Parties to Actions: With a Second Volume ...

Joseph Chitty, Henry Greening - 1876
...the locality of trials. The substantial distinction with regard to matters arising vithin the realm is where the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect of the judgment could not be had, if it were laid in a wrong place ; as in the case of ejectments, where possession...
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Albany Law Journal, Volume 22

1880
...distinction as to the locality of trials. I state them in different things; the substantial distinction is where the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect of tho judgment cannot bo had if it is laid in a wrong place. (That is the case of all ejectments where...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 65

1907
...the locality of trials. The substantial distinction is, where the proceeding Is In tern, and whore the effect of the judgment cannot be had, if It Is laid In a wrong place. That is the case of ejectment, where possession Is to be delivered by the sheriff of the county, and, as trials...
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 36

1886
...the locality of trials. The substantial distinction with regard to matters arising within the realm, is where the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect of the judgment could not be had if it were laid in a wrong place, as in the case of ejectments, where possession is...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volume 16

1889
...distinction as to the locality of trials. I state them as different things. The substantial distinction is where the effect of the judgment cannot be had if it is laid in the wrong place." Later, Lord ELLENBOROUGH, in Company of Mersey v. Douglas, 2 East, 497, which was...
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A Treatise on the Law of Pleading Under the Code of Civil Procedure ...

Samuel Maxwell - 1892 - 872 pages
...distinction as to the locality of trials. I state them as different things. The substantial distinction is where the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect...be had if it is laid in a wrong place. That is the case of all ejectmentswhere the possession is to be delivered by the sheriff of the county, and, as...
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