Chapter I

Page 205.

1. What is the nature and object of equity pleading?

2. Compare the system of equity pleading with the system of common law pleading.

Chapter II

Page 207.

1. Compare the parties in a suit in Equity with those in a suit at common law.

Pages 208-214.

1. Classify parties in an equity suit.

Page 215.

1. What parties with an interest are still not necessary parties?

2. Where one of two persons having a joint interest refuses to join as complainant, what course is open to the other party?

Page 216.

1. What is the effect of misjoinder or nonjoinder of parties?

Chapter III

Page 217.

1. What is the regular order of proceedings in a suit in equity?

2. What is the regular process for appearance?

Page 218.

1. What different kinds of appearances are there?

2. What is the effect of the non-appearance of a defendant who has been properly served with process?

3. What are interlocutory proceedings?

Page 219.

1. What is a master in chancery?

2. What are his powers and duties?

Page 220.

1. When will a case be referred to a master in chancery?

Page 221.

1. How is evidence taken in a suit in equity?

2. What is the hearing in a suit in equity?

Page 222.

1. What is the decree in a suit in equity?

2. What is an appeal?

Page 223.

1. How may decrees of a chancery court be enforced?

Chapter IV

Page 225.

1. What is a bill of complainant?

2. What is its two-fold office?

Page 226.

1. Classify bills of complaint.

2. What is an original bill?

Page 227. 1. What are the principal original bills praying the decree or order of the court touching some right claimed by the complainant in opposition to the defendant?

Page 228.

1. What is a bill of interpleader?

2. What is its object?

3. When will it He?

Page 229.

1. What is a bill of certiorari?

2. What are the different original bills not praying relief?

3. What are bills to perpetuate testimony?

Pages 230-231.

1. What are bills to take testimony de bene esse?

2. How do they differ from bills to perpetuate testimony?

Pages 232=234.

1. What is a bill for discovery?

2. For what purpose may it be brought?

3. Are such bills allowed at the present time?

Page 235.

1. How are bills not original sub-divided?

2. What are the principal forms of interlocutory bills?

3. What is a supplemental bill?

4. What is a bill in the nature of a supplemental bill?

Page 236.

1. What is a bill of revivor?

2. What is a bill in the nature of a bill of revivor?

Page 237.

1. What is a bill of supplement and revivor?

2. What are the principal bills in the nature of original bills?

Page 238.

1. What is a cross-bill?

2. What is its purpose?

3. By whom may it be brought?

4. Against whom may it be brought?

Page 239.

1. What is a bill of review?

2. What is a bill in the nature of a bill of review?

Page 240.

1. Describe the other bills in the nature of original bills.

Chapter V

Page 241.

1. What are the nine parts of a bill of complaint?

2. What parts are necessary?

3. Describe the purpose and scope of the address.

4. Describe the purpose and scope of the introduction.

Page 242.

1. Describe the purpose and scope of the premises or stating part.

2. Describe the purpose and scope of the confederating part.

Page 243.

1. Describe the purpose and scope of the charging part.

2. Describe the purpose and scope of the averment of jurisdiction.

3. Describe the purpose and scope of the interrogating part.

Page 244.

1. Describe the purpose and scope of the prayer for relief.

Page 245. 1. Describe the purpose and scope of the prayer for process.

Chapter VI

Page 247. 1. What are the different pleadings open to the defendant?

Chapter VII

Page 249.

1. What is a disclaimer?

2. Under what circumstances may it be used?

Chapter VIII

Page 251.

1. Define a demurrer.

2. Compare demurrers at common law and in equity.

3. Classify demurrers.

Page 252. 1. When must a special demurrer be used? 2.. May there be a demurrer to a part of the bill?

3. What is a demurrer ore tenusf

4. What is a speaking demurrer?

5. What is the effect of such a demurrer?

Page 253.

1. What are the different grounds for demurrers?

Page 254.

1. When may there be a demurrer to discovery alone?

Page 255. 1. What admissions are made by demurrers?

Page 256.

1. What is the effect of an order to sustain a demurrer?

2. What is the effect of an order overruling a demurrer?

Chapter IX

Page 257.

1. Define a plea.

2. When may this form of pleading be used?

Page 258.

1. Classify pleas.

2. What are the various grounds for pleas in abatement?

Page 259.

1. What are the various grounds for pleas in bar?

Page 260.

1. What is a pure plea?

2. What is a negative plea?

3. What is an anomalous plea?

4. When must a plea be supported by an answer?

Page 261.

1. When is a plea overruled by an answer?

2. What admissions are made by a plea?

3. What is the effect of an order sustaining a plea?

4. What is the effect of an order overruling a plea?

Chapter X

Page 263.

1. Define an answer in equity.

2. What are its requisites?

3. What are exceptions to an answer?

4. What is scandal and impertinence?

5. What is the effect of such matter?

Page 264.

1. When will the answer be evidence?

Chapter X I

Page 265.

1. What is the nature and object of the replication in equity?