In the practice of the English chancery division, where there are several parties to an administration action, including those who have been served with notice of the decree or judgment, and it appears to the judge (or chief clerk) that any of them form a class having the same interest, (e. g., residuary legatees,) he may require them to be represented by one solicitor, in order to prevent the expense of each of them attending by separate solicitors. This is termed “classifying the interests of the parties attending,” or, shortly, “class! fying,” or “classification.” In practice the term is also applied to the directions given by the chief clerk as to which of the parties are to attend on each of the accounts and inquiries directed by the judgment. Sweet
What is CLASSIFICATION?
- STANDARD INDUSTRIAL CLASSIFICATION (SIC) CODE
- CERTIFICATE OF CLASSIFICATION
- CLASSIFICATION SOCIETY
- LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CLASSIFICATION
- GOVERNING CLASSIFICATION
- UNIVERSAL DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION (UDC)
- UNITED NATIONS STANDARD PRODUCT AND SERVICES CLASSIFICATION (UNSPSC)
- DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION (DDC)
- NORTH AMERICAN INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (NAICS)
- GUS CLASSIFICATION
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