Eastham v Liddell

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtHigh Court of Chancery
Judgment Date08 March 1806
Date08 March 1806

English Reports Citation: 33 E.R. 77

HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY

Eastham
and
Liddell

[201] eastham v, liddell. March 8th, 1806. Depositions referred for Scandal upon Motion of course, without notice. A motion was made, as of course, without notice, to refer depositions for Scandal. Mr. Martin, in support of the Motion, observed, though the practice is so as to Answers, there is no authority as to depositions. (Hind. Ch. Pr. 254.) The Lord Chancellor [Erskine] made the Order.

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