Vernon v Vernon: 3 Feb 1837

Where a Plaintiff inserts two Averments in his Bill, one favourable to himself, and another against himself ; the Defendant, for the purpose of demurrer, has a right to take that Averment which operates against the Plaintiff.

[1837] EngR 478, (1837) Donn Eq 184, (1837) 47 ER 309
England and Wales

Litigation Practice

Updated: 23 November 2021; Ref: scu.313595