bring

bring
To convey to the place where the speaker is or is to be; to bear from a more distant to a nearer place; to make to come, procure, produce, draw to; to convey, carry or conduct, move. To cause to be, act, or move in a special way. The doing of something effectual. The bringing of someone to account, or the accomplishment of some definite purpose
@ bring about
To procure; implies completion. Jackson v. Thompson, Tex.Civ.App., 74 S.W.2d 1055, 1057
@ bringing money into court
The act of depositing money in the custody of a court or of its clerk or marshal, for the purpose of satisfying a debt or duty, or to await the result of an interpleader.
See e.g. Fed.R. Civil P. 67
@ bring into
To import; to introduce
@ bring suit
To "bring" an action or suit has a settled customary meaning at law, and refers to the initiation of legal proceedings in a suit. Lake & Co. v. King County, 4 Wash.2d 651, 104 P.2d 599, 601.
A suit is "brought" at the time it is commenced. Goldenberg v. Murphy, 108 U.S. 162, 2 S.Ct. 388, 27 L.Ed. 686.
"Brought" and "commenced" in statutes of limitations are commonly deemed to be synonymous. Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and also most state courts, a civil action is commenced by filing a complaint with the court. Rule 3.
See also commence
Under Fed. Rules of Civil Proc., term "suit" has been replaced by "action".
See Rule 2
@ bring up
Nurse, rear, and educate child until full age. In re Bamber's Estate, 147 Misc. 712, 265 N.Y.S. 798
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