What does BILL OF MIDDLESEX mean?

BILL OF MIDDLESEX meaning in Law Dictionary

n old type of process like a capias, released from the court of master's workbench in individual actions, directed towards the sheriff for the county of Middlesex, (ergo the name,) and commanding him to take the defendant while having him prior to the master at Westminster on each and every day known as, to resolve the plaintiffs problem. State v. Mathews, 2 Krev (S. C.) 83; Sims v. Alderson. 8 Leigh (Va.) 484. 3. an official written petition to an exceptional judge to use it you need to take in a reason already determined, or an archive or certified account of procedures in such activity or some part thereof, associated these types of a petition.