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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 Selection of Cases on the Conflict of Laws, Volume 1

Joseph Henry Beale - 1900
...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...be had, if it is laid in a wrong place. That is the case of all ejectments, where possession is to be delivered by the sheriff of the count\- ; and as...
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A Selection of Cases on the Conflict of Laws, Volume 1

Joseph Henry Beale - 1900
...trials. I slate them as different things : the substantial distinction is, where the proceeding is in nm, and where the effect of the judgment cannot be had, if it is laid in a wrong place. That is the case of all ejectments, where possession is to be delivered by the sheriff of the county ; anil as...
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Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases, Volume 5

1904 - 7839 pages
...distinction as to locality of trial. I state them as different things. The substantial distinction is where the proceeding is in rem, and where the effect of a judgment cannot be had if it be luid in the wrong place. That is the case of all ejectments, where...
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Cases on Procedure, Annotated: Common Law Pleading

Edson Read Sunderland - 1914 - 827 pages
...distinction as to the locality of trails. I state then 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 the wrong place. That is the case of all ejectments, where possession is to he delivered by the sheriff...
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Cases on Common Law Pleading: Selected from Decisions of English and ...

Clarke Butler Whittier, Edmund Morris Morgan - 1916 - 654 pages
...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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Fundamentals of Procedure in Actions at Law

Austin Wakeman Scott - 1922 - 172 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...be had, if it is laid in a wrong place. That is the case of all ejectments, where possession is to be delivered by the sheriff of the county; and as trials...
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The 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 ELLKNBUROUOII, in Company of Mersey v. Douglas, 2 East, 497, which was...
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