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" A judgment by confession may be entered without action, either for money due or to become due, or to secure any person against contingent liability on behalf of the defendant, or both, in the manner prescribed by this Chapter. "
Laws of the State of Wisconsin - Página 457
por Wisconsin - 1891
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First[-Fourth] Report of the Commissioners on Practice and Pleadings ...

New York (State). Commissioners on Practice and Pleadings - 1848
...§ 335. A judgment by confession may be entered, without action, cither for money due or to become due, or to secure any person, against contingent liability on behalf of the defendant, or both, in the manner prescribed by this chapter. § 336. A statement in writing must be made, signed by the...
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The Code of Civil Procedure of the State of New York: Reported Complete by ...

New York (State). Commissioners on Practice and Pleadings - 1850 - 791 páginas
...§ 1364. A judgment by confession may be entered, without action, either for money due, or to become due, or to secure any person against contingent liability on behalf of the defendant, or both, in the manner prescribed by this chapter. Amended Code, % 382. § 1365. A statement in writing must...
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The Code of Procedure, as Amended July 10, 1851: With Copious Notes to Each ...

New York (State), Member of the New York Bar - 1851 - 394 páginas
...liability. — A judgment by confession may be entered, •without action, either for money due or to become due, or to secure any person against contingent liability on behalf of the defendant, or both, in the manner prescribed by this chapter. It has been held that a confession of Judgment out of court...
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The Code of Procedure of the State of New York: As Amended April 16, 1852 ...

New York (State). - 1852 - 590 páginas
...liability. — A judgment by confession may be entered, without action, either for money due or to become due, or to secure any person against contingent liability on behalf of the defendant, or both, in the manner prescribed by this chapter. It has been held that a confession of judgment out of conrt...
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Practice and Pleading Under the Codes, Original and Amended: With Appendix ...

Henry Whittaker - 1852 - 869 páginas
...Judgment of this nature may, under the powers in sec. 382, be entered, either for money due, or to become due, or to secure any person against contingent liability on behalf of the defendant, or both. In an earlier portion of the work, in which the proceedings by which a controversy may be settlad without...
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Practice Reports in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, Volumen7

Nathan Howard, New York (State). Supreme Court - 1852
...confession " in the manner prescribed by that chapter." By section 383, " A statement in writing must be made, signed by the defendant and verified by his oath to the following effect:" L "It [what? the statement in writing,] must state the amount for which the judgment may be entered...
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Supplement to the Second and Third Editions of Voorhies' Annotated Code ...

New York (State) - 1854 - 327 páginas
...confession ' in the manner prescribed by that chapter.' By section 383, ' A statement in writing must be made, signed by the defendant and verified by his oath to the following effect: 1. It [what? the statement in writing] must state the amount for which the judgment may be entered,...
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A Treatise on the Practice of the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volumen2

Claudius L. Monell - 1854
...AND BY WHOM JUDGMENT MAY BE CONFESSED. A JUDGMENT may be confessed for either money due or to become due, or to secure any person against contingent liability on behalf of the person making the confession.(l) Thus, the indorser of a promissory note, or acceptor or indorser of...
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The Statutes of Oregon: Enacted, and Continued in Force, by the Legislative ...

Oregon - 1855 - 653 páginas
...without n>. ; not to action, in term time or in vacation, either for money due, or to be- ftcUon' '• come due, or to secure any person against contingent liability on behalf of the defendant, or both, in the manner prescribed in the next two sections. SEC. 50. A statement in writing shall be made, signed...
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The Code of Procedure of the State of New York: With Notes, an Appendix, and ...

New York (State) - 1855 - 798 páginas
...liability. A judgment by confession may be entered, without action, either for money due or to become due, or to secure any person against contingent liability on behalf of the defendant, or both, in the manner prescribed by this chapter. b. * " This chapter, with section 424, abrogates in effect...
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