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INSTANTER

INSTANTER. Immediately; presently. This term, it is said, means that the act to which it applies, shall be done within twenty-four hours but a doubt has to which it applies, shall be done within twenty-four hours but a doubt has been suggested by whom is the account of the hours to be kept, and whether been suggested by whom is the account of the hours to be kept, and whether the term instanter as applied to the subject-matter may not be more properly the term instanter as applied to the subject-matter may not be more properly taken to mean "before, the rising of the court," when the act is to be done taken to mean "before, the rising of the court," when the act is to be done in court; or, "before the shutting of the office the same night," when the in court; or, "before the shutting of the office the same night," when the act is to be done there. 1 Taunt. R. 343; 6 East, R. 587, n. e; Tidd's Pr. act is to be done there. 1 Taunt. R. 343; 6 East, R. 587, n. e; Tidd's Pr. 3d ed. 508, n.; 3 Chit. Pr. 112. Vide, 3 Burr. 1809; Co. Litt. 157; Styles' 3d ed. 508, n.; 3 Chit. Pr. 112. Vide, 3 Burr. 1809; Co. Litt. 157; Styles' Register, 452. Register, 452.




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