Definition of SPECIAL IMPARLANCE,


SPECIAL IMPARLANCE,

pleading. One which contains the clause,
"saving to himself all advantages and exceptions, as well to the writ, as to
the declaration aforesaid." 2 Chit. Pl. 407, 8.


2. This imparlance admits the jurisdiction of the court, but the
defendant may plead in abatement or to the action; that is, to the writ or the
count. Gould. on Pl. c. 2, §18; Lawes on Pl. 84. See imparlance.




Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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