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NOTE OF HAND,
contracts. Another name, less technical, for a promissory note. (q. v.) 2 Bl. Com. 467. Vide Bank note; Promissory note, Reissuable note.
practice. Short statements of what transpires on the trial of a cause; they are generally made by the judge and the counsel, for their... more
give it in writing, and to preserve evidence
of its delivery, as in the case of notices of
the dishonor of a bill.
NOTICE, AVERMENT OF
This is frequently necessary, particularly
in special actions of assumpsit.
2. When the matter alleged in the
pleading is to be considered... more
NOTICE OF DISHONOR.
der must prove it reached the endorser.
2 Pet. 121. But in those towns where
they have letter carriers, who carry letters
from the post... more
NOTICE, TO PRODUCE PAPERS
evidence. When it is intended to give
seoondary evidence of a written instrument
or paper, which is in: the possession of the
opposite party,... more
NOTICE TO QUIT.
therefore, several persons are jointly inte-
rested in the premises, they all must join
in the notice, and if any of them be... more
The name of the minute
made by a notary on a bill of exohange,
after it has been presented for acceptance or
payment, consisting... more
of information on the state of foreign
countries, and in all such instances upon the
accident of their being little known or pub-
The name of an
imposition or duty in England. Vide An-
New statutes. The
name given to the statutes commencing with
the reign of Edward III. Vide Vetera
of an ancient English book, written during
the reign of Edward III. It consists of
declarations and some other pleadings.
civil law. 1. Novation is
a substitution of a new for an old debt. The
old debt is extinguished by the new one con-
The name of an old remedy which was given for a new or recent disseisin.
2. When tenant in fee simple, fee tail,... more
of the emperor Leo, which were made from
the year 887 till the year 893, are so called.
These novels changed many... more
civil law. The name given
to some constitutions or laws of some of the
Roman emperors; this name was so given
because they were... more
A new man; -this
term, is applied to a man who has been
pardoned of a crime, by which he is restored
to society, and... more
civil law. A personal, arbitrary, and indirect action in favor of one who has been injured by the slave of another, by which the... more
civil law. One who is of a proper age to be married. Dig. 32,51.