In due or proper form or manner ; according to legal requirements.Regularly; upon a proper foundation, as distinguished from mere form. Robertson v.Perkins, 129 U. S. 233, 9 Sup. Ct. 279, 32 L. Ed. 6S6; Brownell v. Greenwich, 114 N. Y.518, 22 N. E. 24, 4 L. R. A. 6S5; Leth- brldge v. New York (Super. N. Y.) 15 N. Y. Supp.502; Allen v. Pancoast, 20 N. J. Law, 74; Van Arsdale v. Van Arsdale, 20 N. J. Law, 423;Dunning v. Coleman. 27 La. Ann. 48; Young v. Wright, 52 Cal. 410; White v. Johnson,27 Or. 282, 40 Pac. 511, 50 Am. St. Rep. 726.
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