bill of complaint

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Except as herein provided, all claims in Montanas Bill of Complaint are denied and dismissed with prejudice.
2916 (2015) (motion for leave to file a bill of complaint granted)
Henrietta Bencraft filed her Bill of Complaint in April 1779 (National Archives: C12/1056/10), nearly twelve years after the sale of the patent in July 1767.
The original and lengthy manuscript was written on large parchment sheets and includes a legal bill of complaint over a share of the inheritance to be answered by William's son John Turton from John's siblings, Robert and Sarah Turton.
The quote is from Alice Layston's bill of complaint in Layston vs.
She reaches Pleasaunt Regarde, and when her companions have all arrived and are likewise in blue, they attend the court of Lady Loiaulte, where each presents a bill of complaint against unfaithful lovers.
The attacks on the party and its leaders came, scattered but forceful, from all parts of the GOP; though most critics shared a bill of complaint, each faction had its own recipe for salvation.
Usually, the Bill of Complaint to Enforce Mechanic's Lien must be filed within six months after the lien is recorded in the land records.
The legal precedents are not particularly close, however, and like Robinson (641) and Benson (527-28), I see no syntactic or thematic indication that the bill of complaint ends before the poem does.
He was deposing again in the 1630s during further litigation about the Globe, when Cuthbert Burbage and his associates launched a bill of complaint against Sir Matthew Brend; when Hudson deposed in 1634 he gave his age as seventy-three.
Othman unveiled C[pounds sterling]legal experts committee for KC are studying to lodge a bill of complaints to repeal the law at the federal courtC[yen].