What is OF COURSE?

Any action or step taken in the course of judicial proceedings which will be allowed by the court upon mere application, without any inquiry or contest, or which may be effectually taken without even applying to the court for leave, is said to be “of course.” Stoddard v. Treadwell, 29 Cal. 2S1; Merchants’ Bank y. Crysler, 67 Fed. 390, 14 C. C. A. 444.

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