ANCILLARY BILL OR SUIT
\ˈansɪləɹi bˈɪl ɔː sˈuːt], \ˈansɪləɹi bˈɪl ɔː sˈuːt], \ˈa_n_s_ɪ_l_ə_ɹ_i b_ˈɪ_l ɔː s_ˈuː_t]\
Definitions of ANCILLARY BILL OR SUIT
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One growing ort of and auxiliary to another action or sui*. either at law or in equity, such as a bill for discovery, or a proceeding for the enforcement of a judgment, or to set aside fraudulent transfers nf property. Coltrane v. Templeton, 10C, Fed. 370. 45 C. C. A. 32S: In re Williams, (T>. P.) 12" Fed. 321 ; Claflin v. McDennott (C. C.) 12 Fed. 375.
By Henry Campbell Black
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- To raise; set up; stir up. Backward; in or to the rear; behindhand. a-r[=e]r', adv. in the rear. [A.S. pfx. a-, on, to, and REAR.]
- ancillary activity
- ancillary administration
- ancillary attachment
- ancillary benefit
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