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CONTAINING ALL THE DECISIONS OF THE
Supreme Courts of MAINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE, VERMONT, RHODE ISLAND,
NOVEMBER 3—DECEMBER ‘29, 1886.
COURT OF CHANOERY OF NEW JERSEY.
224. The 215th rule is amended, to read as follows: Any objections to any pleading, or any part thereof, may be made and adjudicated up0n, on motion, without the filing of a demurrer or exceptions; but the notice of such motion (which shall be an eight-days notice) must state the particular ground or grounds of objection. The making of a motion under this rule shall be deemed a waiver of the right to demur or except, and the motion, if made in reference to a bill, must be made within the time limited by law for demurring, unless the court, on application, shall grant further time.
225. Every demurrer, whether general or special, shall state the particular grounds of demurrer. Promulgated April 17, 1886.
226. Application for sale of mortgaged premises, by advertisement for four weeks only, under the act of 1886, shall be made at the time of moving for final decree, upon affidavit setting forth the facts, circumstances, and reasons upon which it is based, and if the application be granted, the provision for such sale shall be incorporated in the final decree and execution.
227. The 159th rule is abrogated. Promulgated June 17, 1886.
228. The proceedings under the supplement to the act entitled “An act relative to guardians and the estates of minors,” (P. L. 1886, pp. 219, 326,) shall be begun by petition of the guardian, and shall be in conformity with the proceedings established by statute and by the rules and practice of this court for the sale of infants’ land, so far as such last-mentioned proceedings may be applicable thereto. There shall be a reference to a. special master as to the merits of the application, and, in case the application be to mortgage the infant’s land, as to the fitness of the guardian and the amount of bonds to be given and the sufficiency of the sureties offered. When the application is to mortgage, the guardian is to be required to give bond in double the amount of the money to be borrowed, with sureties and condition, as provided by the act entitled “An act relative to the sale and disposition of the real estate of infants.” The infant, whose land is to be mortgaged or exchanged, shall, as to the property and the money borrowed on mortgage thereof, or the property received in exchange, be regarded as the ward of this court.
Promulga-ted July 1, 1886.