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The suspension of an action. Proceedings are stayed absolutely or conditionally. - 1. They are peremptorily stayed when the plaintiff is wholly incapacitated from suing; as, for example, when the plaintiff is not the holder, nor beneficially interested in a bill on which he has brought his action or when the plaintiff admits in writing, that he has no cause of action or when an action is brought contrary to good faith. - 2. Proceedings are sometimes stayed until some order of the court shall have been complied with; as, when the plaintiff resides in a foreign country, or in another estate, or is insolvent, and he has been ruled to give security for costs, the proceedings are stayed until such security shall be given or until the payment of costs in a, former action.

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