dependent bill

dependent bill
A bill in equity, otherwise known as a "bill not original," being a pleading relating to some matter already litigated in the court by the same parties and depending on the prior suit; that is, it supplements or continues the former suit or seeks relief in respect of some matter growing out of that suit and connected with it. 27 Am J2d Eq § 179.

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