What is DAYS IN BANK?

(L. Lat. dies in banco.) In practice. Certain stated days in term appointed for the appearance of parties, the return of process, etc.. originally peculiar to the court of common pleas, or bench, (bank,) as it was anciently called. 3 Bl. Comm. 277.

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