Definition of Resummons

1. n. A second summons.

Definition of Resummons

1. Verb. (third-person singular of resummon) ¹

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Definition of Resummons

1. resummon [v] - See also: resummon

Lexicographical Neighbors of Resummons

resultset
resultsets
resumable
resume
resumed
resumer
resumers
resumes
resuming
resummation
resummations
resummed
resummon
resummoned
resummoning
resummons (current term)
resumption
resumptions
resumptive
resumptive pronoun
resumptive pronouns
resumptively
resupinate
resupinated
resupination
resupine
resupplied
resupplies
resupply
resupplying

Literary usage of Resummons

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Digest of the Laws of England by John Comyns, Anthony Hammond, Thomas Day (1824)
"So, at the return of the resummons, after a discontinuance of the assise of mort d'ancestor. 2 Inst. 249. But, at the return, the tenant may cast an essoign ..."

2. Britton: An English Translation and Notes by Francis Morgan Nichols (1901)
"Neither does resummons lie in cases of contumacy ; as, where the tenant or ... in such case the assise shall be forthwith taken without any resummons; also, ..."

3. Britton by Francis Morgan Nichols (1865)
"Neither does resummons lie in cases of contumacy ; as, where the tenant or ... such case the assise shall be forthwith taken without any resummons ; also, ..."

4. Year Books of Edward II by Great Britain, Frederic William Maitland, Selden Society, William Craddock Bolland, G J Turner, Sir Paul Vinogradoff, Ludwik Ehrlich (1904)
"... said: The resummons orders that the suit is to come before [the Court] in the state in which it was a month after Easter in 35 [Edw. I.]. ..."

5. The Publications of the Selden Society by Selden Society (1905)
"Owing to the King's death, the action stood without day. Hedon. We pray judgment on a variance between the resummons and the original writ, ..."

6. The Nature and Practice of Real Actions, in Their Writs and Process, Both by George Booth, John Anthon (1808)
"Now summons, and resummons and distress infinite per Stat. 23 H. ,8. <:. 3. And if upon the distress nether ..."

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