Definition of COMPERUIT AD DIEM


COMPERUIT AD DIEM

pleading. He appeared at the day. This is the
name of a plea in bar to an action of debt on a bail-bond. The usual replication
to this plea is nul tiel record: that there is not any such record of appearance
of the said. For forms of this plea, vide 5 Wentw. 470; Lil. Entr. 114;
2 Chit. Pl. 527.

2. When the issue is joined on this plea, the trial is by the record. Vide
1 Taunt. 23; Tidd, 239. And see, generally, Com. Dig. Pleader, 2 W. 31;
7 B. & C. 478.

Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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