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" Most rules are merely a formulation of the previous practice of the courts. Occasionally, a rule is employed to express, in convenient form, as applicable to certain classes of cases, a principle of substantive law which has been established by statute... "
Rules of Civil Procedure for the United States District Courts: Hearing ... - Page 49
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1938 - 74 pages
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American Maritime Cases, Volume 1

1924
...classes of cases, a principle of substantive law which has been established by statute or decisions. But no rule of court can enlarge or restrict jurisdiction....courts make for their own guidance under authority conferred.7 It remains to consider the purpose of Eule 50. The cross-libel, unlike the cross-bill in...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volume 263

United States. Supreme Court, John Chandler Bancroft Davis, Henry Putzel, Henry C. Lind, Frank D. Wagner - 1924
...classes of cases, a principle of substantive law which has been established by statute or decisions. But no rule of court can enlarge or restrict jurisdiction....inferior tribunals, as it is of those rules which « Act of July 20, 1892, c. 209, § 1, 27 Stat. 252; Bradford v. Southern Ry. Co., 195 US 243; Act...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volumes 263-265

United States. Supreme Court - 1925
...classes of cases, a principle of substantive law which has been established by statute or decisions. But no rule of court can enlarge or restrict jurisdiction....inferior tribunals, as it is of those rules which [636] lower courts make for their own guidance under authority conferred.7 It remains to consider the...
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Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Volume 1

United States. Supreme Court, Palmer Daniel Edmunds - 1938 - 1745 pages
...classes of cases, a principle of substantive law which has been established by statute or decisions. But no rule of court can enlarge or restrict jurisdiction....for their own guidance under authority conferred." A rule of court authorized by statute has the force of law. Weil v. Neary, 278 US 160; 73 L. Ed. 243,...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volumes 263-265

United States. Supreme Court - 1925
...classes of cases, a principle of substantive law which has been established by statute or decisions. But no rule of court can enlarge or restrict jurisdiction. Nor can «Act of July 20, 1892, i-liap. 200. S 1, 27 Stat. at L. 252, Сотр. Stnt. § 102<>, 2 Fed. Stat....
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Reports of the Tax Court of the United States, Volume 72

United States. Tax Court - 1979
...classes of cases, a principle of substantive law which has been established by statute or decisions. But no rule of court can enlarge or restrict jurisdiction....can a rule abrogate or modify the substantive law. * * * [ Washington-Southern Co. v. Baltimore Co., 263 US 629, 635 (1924); emphasis added.] Clymer v....
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