Professor Sunderland's chapter on Process: "Process, in the sense in which it is employed in the present title, means the writ, notice, or other formal writing, issued by authority of law, for the purpose of bringing defendant into a court of law to answer plaintiff's demands in civil action, although in a more technical and limited sense the term is frequently applied only to those writs or writings which issue out of a court." The chapter features an 8-page outline introductory.
Publication Information & Recommended Citation
Sunderland, Edson R. "Process." In Cyclopedia of Law and Procedure, vol. 32, 412–570. New York: American Law Book Co., 1909.