A term sometimes applied to one who is obliged to make his own defense when on trial, or in a civil cause. A cause is said to be undefended when the defendant makes default, in not putting in nn appearance to tlie plaintiff’s action; in not putting in liis statement of defense; or in not appearing at the trial either personally or by counsel, after having received due notice. Mozley & Whitley.

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