This section is from the book "Popular Law Library Vol7 Equity Jurisprudence, Trusts, Equity Pleading", by Albert H. Putney. Also available from Amazon: Popular Law-Dictionary.
The charging part of a bill consists of the statement of a defense which it is anticipated the defendant will set up and a denial thereof. The purpose of this part is to enable the complainant to file interrogatories relative to such anticipated defense. Under the Federal equity rules this part of the bill may be included in the premises.