DAYS IN BANKdays in bank. Particular days set aside by the Court of Common Pleas for specific matters, including the appearance of parties and service of process.
¡ª Also termed dies in banco.
¡°There are in each of these terms stated days called days in bank, dies in banco; that is, days of appearance in the court of common pleas. They are generally at the distance of about a week from each other, and regulated by some festival of the church. On some one of these days in bank all original writs must be made returnable ….¡± 3 William Blackstone, Commentaries on the Laws of England 277 (1768).
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