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INDEX TO 2 BLAND.

References are to top pages.

ABATEMENT.
See INFANT, 5.

ALIMONY.

See HUSBAND AND WIFE, 7.

ANNUITY.

See PRACTICE, 6.

APPEAL AND ERROR.

See DEBTOR AND CREDITOR, 83.

PRACTICE, 3.
ARBITRATION AND AWARD.

1. No direction in a will, nor any mere agreement to refer a controversy
to arbitration can oust the proper Courts of justice of their jurisdic-
tion in the case. Contee v. Dawson, 248.

2. If in pursuance of such an agreement, a dispute is submitted to arbi-
trators and an award is made, it will be binding, and a bar to any
suit by either party for the same cause of action. Ib.

3. But for the purpose of ascertaining if the award is fair, it may be re-
viewed, as in all similar cases, in a Court of equity. Ib.

ASSIGNMENT.

The assignee of a chose, in action takes it subject to all the equity to
which it was liable in the hands of the original holder; the exceptions
to this rule. Watkins v. Worthington, 486.

ATTACHMENT.

1. A party may be arrested under an attachment anywhere, out of, as
well as in the county of his residence. Crapster v. Griffith, 1.

2. When attachment is in the nature of mesne process, the sheriff may
take bail for the party's appearance; and on a return cepi, the sheriff
may be ordered to bring in the body; or he may sue upon the bail
bond. Binney's Case, 95.

8. It is the better mode, in most cases, to decide on the motion to dis-
solve the injunction, before an attachment for the breach of it is dis-
posed of. Ib.

4. On a return cepi to an attachment, the sheriff may be ordered to bring
in the body. Deakins' Case, 382.

5. A party brought before the Court, under an attachment to enforce
the payment of money, on producing his release under the insolvent
law, may be discharged. Andrews v. Scotton, 596.

 

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