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THE PRACTICE IN INDIA,
RULINGS OF THE HIGH COURTS IN INDIA,
OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL,
AND OF THE SUPREME COURT IN ENGLAND.
A. DE MORNAY BIDOULAC,
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY D. E. CRANENBURGH,
NO. 57, BOW BAZAR STREET.
These forms have been collected from various sources, English, Indian, and American, principally the latter; they are not original. Where necessary, I have added to or altered the forms selected in order to adapt them to the practice in this country.
My object mainly has been to collect in one publication a body of forms, with notes and an index, so that practitioners in the country courts, who, as a rule, have not had the advantage of much practical legal training, may readily find a form suited to the case it may be desired to launch. But even to the trained practitioner the work will be found, it is believed, most useful from the copious index, giving them the means of at once turning to the form desired.
I have been unable to make the notes as full as I had intended, and the decisions which may be properly stated to affect or decide the sufficiency or correctness of pleadings are not numerous, but the main and most essential ones will be found noted.
A. DEMORNAY BIDOULAC.
January 1, 1887.