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How to use interpleader in a sentence
An action in Scottish law, somewhat similar to the English bill of interpleader in Chancery.
Competing claims as to the ownership of the goods seized are brought before the courts by the procedure of “interpleader.”
Interpleader is the equivalent of multiplepoinding in Scots law.
On this Petit-Claud applied for an interpleader summons, and served notice on Metivier for that day fortnight.Eve and David|Honore de Balzac
In Scots law “multiplepoinding” is the equivalent of “interpleader.”