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Civil Procedure by Stephen Peté
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May 01, 2012

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01/17/2013 page 14
2.0% "'In the past, in certain circumstances, persons who tried to flee the country in order to avoid paying their debts were liable to arrest tanquam suspectus de fuga.' No longer?"
01/18/2013 page 36
5.0% "'A party may institute or defend and may carry to completion any legal proceedings either in person or by a practitioner.'"
01/19/2013 page 60
9.0% "'When it is said of an individual that he resides at a place it is obviously meant that it is his home, his place of abode, the place where he generally sleeps after the work of the day is done.'"
01/20/2013 page 119
18.0% "'Every person is entitled to be heard before an order or judgment is granted against him.'"
02/18/2013 page 130
20.0% "'I swear that the contents of this declaration are true, so help me God.'"
04/15/2013 page 176
27.0% "'Every pleading shall contain a clear and concise statement of the material facts upon which the pleader relies for his claim, defence or answer to any pleading, as the case may be, with sufficient particularity to enable the opposite party to reply thereto.'"

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