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23. (1b) Omission of Personal Representative.

24. (1c) Where Persons are Unknown.

25. (2) Persons Exceedingly Numerous-In General.

26. (2a) One Suing for All, Where Question Is One of Common or

General Interest.

27. (2b) Parties Forming a Voluntary Association.

28. (2c) Numerous Parties Having Separate and Distinct Interests.

29. Decree Furnishing a Ground to Dispense With Numerous Parties.

30. (3) Persons Whose Interests are Very Small.

31. (4) Persons with Interests Created to Oust Jurisdiction.

32. (5) Parties Disclaiming All Interest in the Controversy, or

against Whom Rights are Waived, or Who Consent to the

Decree.

33. Doctrine of Representation.

34. Representation by Trustees.

35. Executors and Administrators.

36. Life Tenants and Remaindermen.

37. Trustees in Insolvency.

38. Corporations.

39. Suit by Stockholder on Behalf of Corporation.

40. Classification of Parties.

41. Illustrations of Necessary or Indispensable Parties.

42. Illustrations of Proper, but Not Indispensable, Parties.

43. Suits Must be Brought in the Name of Real Party in Interest.

44. Parties in Cases of Assignments.

45. Agents and Other Persons in Similar Relations.

46. Bankrupts and Assignees.

47. Making Witnesses Parties Defendant.

48. Joinder of Complainants.

49. Complainants Having Community of Interest.

50.

Community of Title.

51. Defendants to Bills.

52. Joinder of Defendants.

53. Bringing in New Parties.

54. Substitution of Parties.

55. Intervention.

Objection for Want of Necessary Parties.

57. Objection Should Point Out Proper Parties.

58. Correction on Court's Own Motion,

59. Effect of Misjoinder.

60. Position of Parties on Record.

PLEADING AND PRACTICE IN EQUITY.

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