The bills falling under this division of the classification adopted are the usual forms of bills in equity. The various forms of such bills are very numerous, being varied to give relief in the various cases falling under equity jurisdiction, and already considered under the first subject of this volume.

Among the more important forms of this species of bills are:

Bills to foreclose mortgages,

Bills to redeem,

Bills for partition,

Bills to quiet title,

Bills to reform or cancel instruments,

Bills for specific performance,

Bills to set aside fraudulent conveyances,

Bills for infringement of patents,

Creditors' bills,

Bills for injunctions. The nine parts of a bill in equity of this character will be taken up in the following chapter.