Donoghue v Stevenson

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Donoghue v Stevenson – Appeal Papers – Die Jovis 26 Maii 1932, Note and Reclaiming Note

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INTERLOCUTORS PRONOUNCED SINCE THE RE-CLOSING OF THE RECORD ON 27TH NOVEMBER 1929.

    12th December 1929. — LORD MONCRIEFF. — Act. Cameron. — The Lord Ordinary approves of the Auditor's Report on the Account of Expenses for defender Francis Minchella, No. 11 of process; and decerns against the pursuer for payment to the said defender of the sum of Sixty-six pounds one shilling and five pence sterling being the taxed amount thereof.

ALEX. MONCRIEFF.

    17th December 1929. — LORD MONCRIEFF. — Act. Clyde. — The Lord Ordinary approves of the Auditor's Report on the Account of Expenses for the defender David Stevenson, No. 13 of process; and decerns against the pursuer for payment to said defender of the sum of Forty-two pounds, four shillings and ten pence, being the taxed amount of said expenses.

ALEX. MONCRIEFF.

    20th December 1929. — LORD MONCRIEFF. — Act. Cameron. — The Lord Ordinary in respect that pursuer has failed to pay to the defender Francis Minchella the amount of his taxed expenses, assoilzies said defender from the conclusions of the Summons; and decerns.

ALEX. MONCRIEFF.

    21st February 1930. — LORD MONCRIEFF. — Act. Gibson. — The Lord Ordinary restores the cause to the Procedure Roll.

ALEX. MONCRIEFF.

    28th May 1930. — LORD MONCRIEFF. — Act. Morton et Gibson — Alt. Normand et Clyde. — The Lord Ordinary having heard Counsel in the Procedure Roll, Makes avizandum.

ALEX. MONCRIEFF.

    17th June 1930. — LORD MONCRIEFF. — Act. Gibson — Alt. Clyde. — The Lord Ordinary allows the Minute of Amendment for pursuer, tendered at the bar, to be received, and marked No. 15 of process; allows the defender to answer the same within six days

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