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NEW JERSEY-Court of Errors and Appeals.
ALEXANDER T. MCGILL, CHANCELLOR.
COURT OF CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
Rule No. 236. Rule 59 is hereby amended ant, in the manner required by these rules, by striking out the words “residing in this and in such other manner as the affiant state," after the words “not more remote supposed would probably give informathan a brother.”
tion thereof if the same could be had. And Rule No. 237. Rule 60 is hereby amended in a suit for divorce the affidavit shall be 80 as to read as follows: "No decree pro made by the complainant or his solicitor, confesso shall be taken against an absent and shall fully specify the inquiry made, defendant, who has not appeared or been of what persons, and in what manner it served with process of subpæna, unless it was made, so that by the facts stated in shall appear by proof that the notice pre- such affidavit it may appear that the inscribed by the fifty-eighth rule has been quiry has been of the character intended served personally upon him, or that it has not only by the letter, but also by the been published, and also inailed, in the spirit, of rule 59. ” manner required by law, or unless it shall [Promulgated February 3, 1891.] appear by the affidavit of the complainant or his solicitor, or the person actually in
For rules 222 and 223 of the court of chancery, trusted with the management and con
see 3 Atl. Rep. iii.; for rules 224-228 of the duct of the suit, that inquiry has been
court of chancery, see 6 Atl. Rep. iii.; for rule
230 of the court of chancery, see 14 Atl. Rep. iii.; made in good faith, and without success, for rules 234 and 235 of the court of chancery, see for the post office address of such defend 21 Atl. Rep. v.