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CIRCUIT COURT RULE 6.
As amended October 8, 1891.
RULE 6.-All notices shall be in writing, and shall be served on the attorney in the cause, or his agent; and where a party prosecutes or defends by two or more attorneys of record who are not partners, notices and papers may be served upon either of such attorneys, and either of such attorneys may sign notices, papers, or stipulations, with the same force and effect as if signed by all of such attorneys; and where a party, who is also an attorney of this court, shall prosecute in person, or if a defendant shall give notice that he is an attorney, and will defend in person, all notices and other papers shall be served on him in like manner; and when the object is to bring the party into contempt for disobeying any rule or order of the court, the service shall be on such party personally, unless otherwise specially ordered by the court. In all cases where service of papers can not reasonably be made, on account of the absence of the attorney of record from his usual place of abode, residence, or office, or for any other reason, the court in which such cause is pending, or judge thereof, at chambers, upon an ex parte application on cause shown, may direct in what manner and on whom service may be made.
CIRCUIT COURT RULE 10.
As amended October 8, 1891.
RULE 10.-Notices of trial may be served by mail in the same cases and in like manner as other notices. In cases where there are two or more defendants who appear by different attorneys, notice of trial, if served by the plaintiff, shall be served on all the defendants entitled to notice. If served by any of the defendants it shall be served on the plaintiff and on all the other defendants entitled to notice, and cases thus noticed shall be for trial the same as though notice had been served on plaintiff by all the defendants. In cases of appeal, and in all cases commenced in the circuit court, where the party upon whom notice is sought to be served has not appeared by attorney, service shall be made on such party, if he is a resident of the State and his place of residence can be ascertained. If he is not a resident of the State, and his place of residence cannot be ascertained, notice may be served by filing the same in the cause, and posting a copy thereof in some conspicuous place in the office of the county clerk; but in such case notice shall be filed, and a copy posted, at least twenty days before the first day of the term for which such case is noticed. Proof of all facts necessary to make such notice valid must be filed immediately after posting or mailing such notice.
STATE JUDICIAL DIRECTORY
JOHN W. CHAMPLIN (CHIEF JUSTICE), . . GRAND RAPIDS.
[TERM EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 1891.)
1. VICTOR H. LANE, 2. THOMAS O'HARA,
HENRY N. BREVOORT, 3.
CORNELIUS J. REILLY,
GEORGE 8. HOSMER, 4. ERASTUS PECK, 5. FRANK A. HOOKER, 6. JOSEPH B. MOORE, 7. WILLIAM NEWTON, 8. VERNON H. SMITH, 9. GEORGE M. BUCK, 10.
CHAUNCEY H. GAGE,
JOHN A. EDGET, 11. JOSEPH H. STEERE, 12. WILLIAM D. WILLIAMS, 13. J. G. RAMSDELL, 14. ALBERT DICKERMAN, 15. NOAH P. LOVERIDGE, 16. ARTHUR L. CANFIELD,
WILLIAM E. GROVE, 17.
ALLEN C. ADSIT, 18. GEORGE P. COBB, 19. J. BYRON JUDKINS, 20. DAN, J. ARNOLD, 21. HENRY HART, 22. EDWARD D. KINNE, 23. WILLIAM H. SIMPSON, 24. WATSON BEACH, 25. JOHN W. STONE, 26. ROBERT J. KELLEY, 27.
JOHN H. PALMER, 28. FRED H. ALDRICH, 29. SHERMAN B. DABOLL, 30. ROLLIN H. PERSON, 31. WILLIAM T. MITCHELL, 32. NORMAN W. HAIRE, 33. CHARLES J. PAILTHORP,
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