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124 plea of.

Form of plea of 642

PAYOR—
541 of negotiable discounted note is not on footing of party to a bill of

exchange. Note (e).
PENALTY—
70,513 in contracts.

venue of action for subs. I, 63 49

PENDENCY OF ACTION: see Lis Pendens.
PENITENTIARY—

testimony of officers of 554-55** *°°

PERISHABLE PROPERTY, sale of, when attached 218 *»

PERPETUATING TESTIMONY 610-15 4*>- JI

PERSON, corporation included by word subs. 5, 732 &

joinder or causes of action for injury to, &c 83 $5

venue of action for injury to 74 5 1



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wge. PERSONAL INJURIES: sec Injuries. s«c page.

PERSONAL JUDGMENT—

may be rendered in action to enforce lien 376 291

not allowed against defendant constructively summoned 419 313

PERSONAL PROPERTY: see Property.
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: see Representatives.
PERSON OF UNSOUND MIND—

as to actions by and against : see Infants.

( 162, 169
distinctions between plaintiffs and defendants. . .116, 126, 574, 743, 745 J 406,482

I 483

in asylum, venue of action against 69 50

notice to, bow served 627 425

summons against, how served 53 42

not allowed to be served out of State 56 43

testimony of parties against subs. 2, 5, 6, 606 417, 418

words include persons destitute of mind subs. 40, 732 464

PETITIONS—

amendment of, generally 134 175

after demurrer filed in vacation 109 145

sustained 94 119

before answer 132 174

costs of. 94, 113 119, 160

verification of. 139 184

caption of, requisites of. 1 10 158

delivery of copy of, to defendant out of State, is actual summons . . 56 43

but does not authorize personal judgment 419 313

embraces answers, &c, setting up counter-claim, &c subs. 36, 732 464

filing of, by person intervening in action 29 23

and having summons issued is commencement of action. . . 39 37

for annulment of judgment of divorce 426 316

discovery of name and residence of party 685 443

division of land, &c subs. I, 499 365

new trial 344 283

perpetuation of testimony 610 420

vacation or modification of judgment 520 383

84 in actions for breaches of duty implied by law.

105, 106 conversion of property to defendant's use.

102—105 injury to property.

91-93 reputation.

96-102 the person generally.

106-108 specific personal property.

84, 85 torts generally.

88-90 wrongful prosecutions.

61-79 on express contracts.

80-83 implied contracts.

83 judgments.

in statutory causes of action.

109-1 11 to recover real property.

interrogatories may be annexed to, when 1 40, 143 185, 1 86

paragraphing of. subs. 3, 1 13 160

prayer of, must be for specific, and may be for general, relief. 90 59

relief specifically prayed for, alone granted, if no defence is made. . 90 59



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page. PETITIONS-Continued. «c mo.
* \ replies, instead of, when proper.

requisites of. 90 $9

61 statement of causes of action in, generally.

113 equitable causes of action in.

legal and equitable causes of action in subs. 2, 1 13 160

supplemental, when allowed, Sec 135 iSj

verification of, generally 1 16 162

by whom to be made 117, 550 163,398

may be made on or before calling action for trial 137 iSj

amendments to ." 139 ih

unnecessary in action for alimony or divorce 421 JU

division of land 499 367

writings which may be filed with 128 171

must be filed with 120 165

PHYSICIAN—

certificate of, to prevent service of summons on lunatic 53 4*

evidence of, how taken 554-56 4°°

PLAINTIFF—

who may join as 22, 24 15. *>

when word embraces defendants subs. 36, 732 464

PLEADINGS defined 87 5 s

1. In Actions —

allegations of, affirmatire, only to be answered 1 12 160

alternative allowed, but inconsistent forbtdden.subs-4, 1 13 160

what are material 1*7 l l l

* Ken to be taken jls true, against absent defendant 409 30$

generally 126 169

alio*** brCVvie 89 5*

aatecimeuts of, after demurrer sustained 94 1*9

generally 8, 134 4.175

o»:so£ 94, "3 "fclfo

ca^se for ccrtissanee, wfcen 136 183

pe:;::oa« before answer, generally 132 1/4

*er.fca::ca ?: 139 l8 *

car Sos of. £f zeraUr 110 15*

ar>w?r. w iea ;o a>e»r::a sei-^tfor coaatcr-daim.sabs. 4, 97 14*>

rer'r. v>« re =res:: jc ,\s::«-cj« sabs. 4, 97 14°

ca-i«* c<* ac::ea :ia: =ht Sr srasec ::=. sabs. 2, 113 *&>

l«> v\as:r*o:^3 of, N.*» is,

aeJi«v>f> ">a: =:a* >f >:a»i := schs. 2, 113 «6°

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fagk. PLEADINGS— Continued. sec. page.

irrelevant and redundant matter in 121 166

issue must be formed by 1 14 162

jurisdiction, facts which gave to court rendering judgment need not

be stated . 122 166

language of, to be English 115 162

legal and equitable matters allowed in 113 160

oral, when allowed 705 450

paragraphing of. subs. 3, 1 13 160

presumptions of law, &c, not to be stated in subs. 1, 119 165

private statutes, how stated in subs. 2, 119 165

reply, &c, when not allowed 112 160

sham, forbidden subs. 8, 1 13 161

supplemental 135 183

variance between proof and 129, 130 172, 174

verification of. 116, 117, 550/ ,62 » *j*|

after filing 137, 138 183, 184

writings required to be filed with 120 165

allowed to be filed with 128 171

when to be in writing 115 162

2. In Attachments —

affidavits of parties to action constitute 263 223

PLEAS OF AVOIDANCE—

123 1. In actions on contracts generally.

124 plea of accord and satisfaction.
130 arbitration.

125 cancelment of contract.

129 covenants performed.

130 former judgment.
127 fraud.

127 illegality.

125 impeachment of consideration of written contract.

129 limitation.

127 mistake.
124 payment.

63 performance of condition precedent.

130 readiness, request, &c.

128 special plea of non est factum.

2. In actions for torts.

for libel or slander : see Libel or Slander.
132 malicious prosecution : see Wrongful Prosecutions.

131 trespass to the person under legal process.
131 property under legal process.

131 the person without legal process.

132 personal property.
132 real property.
132 limitation.

3. Generally.

express admission of facts unnecessary in subs. 6, 1 13 160

PLEAS TO APPEALS 758 490

POLICE COURTS: see Courts, 10.

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POLLING OF JURY on return of verdict 524 256

146 POSITIVENESS in pleading required.

POSSESSION—
*« I of personal property, action for generally.

immediate possession, action for: see Claim and Delivery,

Form of petition '. 554

1 09- 1 1 of real property, action for 125 i65

Form of petition 553

109 proof of, under plea denying plaintiff's title.

POSTAGE—

prepayment of, to examining officer, required, generally 583 408

clerk, before returning deposition to officer.subs. 1, 588 410

POSTMASTER—

evidence of, to be taken by deposition 554 400

unless, &c 555, 556 4°°

POSTPONEMENT OF TRIAL—

affidavit for, on account of absence of evidence 315 249

amendment of pleadings, when cause for 129, 136 172, 183

to cure immaterial variance, not cause for. 130 174

as to parties not summoned in actions on contract 363 286

for failure to answer interrogatories in equitable action 142 18$

ordinary action 145 186

offer to compromise, not cause for 636 427

of motion to dissolve or modify injunction 292 240

trial of attachment 259 222

POWER, a majority of persons authorized, may exercise 679 44*

PRAYER FOR RELIEF: see Relief.
PRECEDENCE OF ATTACHMENTS—

shall be, generally, according to time of delivery to sheriff 202 204

on fund in court 207 206

reference to commissioner to ascertain 235 217

PREFERENCE OF CREDITORS—

action to subject property conveyed, &c. Form of petition 600

PREJUDICE TO FUTURE ACTION—

when dismissal may be without 371 289

PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS of Code 1, 2, 3 1

PREMATURE JUDGMENT—

rendering of is clerical misprision subs. I, 2, 517 379

correction of may be by motion upon notice, &c 519 3^

and appeal after-
ward... 516 378

injunction against 524 384

PRESUMPTIONS OF LAW—

150 must be rebutted.

1 5 1 not be stated in pleading 1 19 165

]% 2 J PRESUMPTIVE KNOWLEDGE of facts.

PRIEST not to testify concerning confession without consent. subs. 4, 606 4*7
149 i PRIMA FACIE CAUSE OF ACTION, sufficiency of.

PRINCIPAL: see Agent, Attorney, Surety.

PRINTER, PUBLIC, shall print docket of Court of Appeals 754 488

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fagi. PRIORITY OF ATTACHMENTS: see Precedence, &c. s*c. page*

PRISONERS—

confined in penitentiary are persons under disability subs. 31, 732 463

action against, defence of subs. 2, 36, 38, 59 34, 35, 4$

in favor of, prosecution of. subs. 2, 35 33

next friend in subs. 1, 37 35

liable for costs, unless, &c. subs. 2, 37 35

may be required to secure costs. . . .619 423

allegations against, must be proved though not traversed . .subs. 1, 2, 126 169

appeal by, allowed within one year after disability removed 745 483

certiorari may be granted to 743 482

defensive pleading for, need not be verified subs. 2, 1 16 162

depositions against, must be taken on interrogatories 574 406

judgment against, copy of, can not be served on 415 307

notice to, service of 627, 632 425

summons of, how served in this State. 54 42

^ actual, can not be made out of this State 56 43

constructive: set Summons, 2.

venue of action against 69 50

PRIVATE CORPORATIONS: see Corporations.
PRIVATE STATUTES—

52 manner of pleading subs. 2, 1 19 165

may be pleaded subs. I, 119 165

PRIVIES, appeals by and against 734 465

PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATIONS, what are subs. 1, 4, 606 417

PROBABLE CAUSE— Form of plea of. 656

PROBATE OF WILLS ^

venue of action or proceeding concerning 64 49a

provisions of General Statutes as to, adopted 470 349

PROCEEDINGS—

amendments of, generally 134 175

in court below, upon return of cause from Court of Appeals 761 492

special, defined 3 1

embraced by word "action " subs. 34, 732 463

to reverse, vacate or modify judgments 513-24 378-84

see Appeals, Judgments, Mandamus, Motion, Summary Proceedings.
PROCESS: see Summons.

defined subs. 26, 732 463

direction of, generally 40, 667 37, 438

from inferior courts 701 449

issuing of, before petition filed, forbidden. 663 437

is commencement of action 39 37

on holiday 664, 665 437

officer or person to execute 47, 667, 668 38, 438

" prevented by force " not sufficient return of 677 440

service of, on holiday or Sunday 665, 666 437, 438

by breaking building, &c 675, 676 440

time of reception of, to be indorsed by officer 674 440

PROCHEIN AMI : see Next Friend.

PROCONFESSO: see Judgment.

PROFERT, when to be made 120 165



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page. PROHIBITION: sec Mandamus ami Prohibition. s*c. *«**

PROLIXITY: see Multiplicity.
PROMISE TO PAY MONEY—
82 averment of, in action on implied contract.

Forms of petitions on i *u

PROMISE TO PAY VALUE OR DAMAGES—

allegation of, must be verified subs. 5, 116 163

need not be proved unless traversed. subs. 4, 126 169

PROMISSORY NOTE—

action against parties to, may be joint or several 26 20

by assignee of, is without prejudice to defence, &c 19 u

540 negotiable and discounted, action on.

transferred pending action, assignee may be made party, &c 20 14

lost, &c, action on 7 2

Forms of petitions, n {*ȣ

defences to petitions on : see Answers in Forms.

PROOF—

amendments to conform to 129, 134 17* *75

burden of: see Evidence, 5.

effect of variance between proof and pleadings 129, 130 172, 174

failure of, is not variance 131 '74

order of introduction of subs. 3, 317, 592, 593 251,412

PROPERTY—

I. Generally, definition of. ... ; subs. 1 1, 732 462

action for, joinder of causes of. 83 55

venue of: see Venue of Actions.
attachment of: see Attachment.

claimant of, may intervene in actions concerning 29 23

sales of: see Sales by Order of Court.

II. Personal, defined subs. 10, 732 462

106 action for possession of (see Claim and Delivery, &c.)

Form of petition 554

of partners, &c: set Joint Property.

III. Real, definition of. subs. 9, 732 462

answer must describe part claimed by defendant, in action for . subs. 2, 1 25 1$

belonging to decedent's estate, may be sold to pay debts 429 3'7

conveyance of, by commissioner, generally 394-400 298, 300

division of, &c 499 3^S~^

execution from inferior courts can not be levied on 722 453

judgments of inferior courts, how satisfied by sale of 723 453

of joint owners : see Joint Property.

petition must describe, so that it may be identified subs. I, 125

sales of: see Sales by Order of Court.

view of, by jury 318 255

PROSECUTION, CRIMINAL OR PENAL, admission of allegation

subjecting party to need not be verified subs. 7, 1 16 l$3

malicious : see Wrongful Prosecutions.
6 5~| PROSPECTIVE PROFITS, right to recover.

' ' PROVISIONAL REMEDY: see Arrest and Bail, Claim and Delivery,
Attachment, Injunction, Receiver, Deposit in Court.
PROVISIONS OF CODE—

amendments allowed to make pleadings conform to 134 *75



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facb. PROVISIONS OF CODE— Continued. «c. pagb.

applicable to actions now pending 837 497

general 663-77 437-4©

miscellaneous 678-99 441-48

rules for construction of 732, 733 461, 464

PUBLICATION—

of notice to creditors of action to settle estate 430-38 317-21

see Salts by Order of .Court.
PUBLIC CORPORATION: see Corporation.

PUBLIC DEBTORS, provisions of General Statutes concerning,adopted. 450 330

PUBLIC OFFICERS: see Officers.
PUBLIC PRINTER—

required to print docket of Court of Appeals subs. 2, 754 488

PUIS DARREIN CONTINUANCE—

supplemental pleadings allowed to state new matter 135 183

PURCHASE-MONEY—

Form of petition to enforce lien for 576

PURCHASE OF LAND—
503 action for damages for non-performance.

578 rescission of executed contracts.

582 executory contracts.

577 specific performance.

PURCHASER OF PROPERTY—

at decretal sale, shall give bond 697 447

for which lien exists 699 448

entitled to conveyance, when sale confirmed 394 298

possession of personal property, upon

complying with terms of sale 698 448

fraudulent, attachment in action against 250 220

under execution, &c, must look to indemnifying bond 643 430

PURSUIT of property removed to avoid attachment 213, 256 209, 222

QUALIFICATIONS—

of bail 164 190

surety 683, 684 442

QUARTERLY COURT: see Courts, 10.

QUESTIONS, leading, what are and when allowed 595 412

613 QUIETING TITLE to land, action for. (Act March 9, 1854) 739

QUO WARRANTO abolished as to charters, &c 480 355

RAILROAD COMPANIES—

service of summons on 5 l 40

venue of action against 73 5 1

RATE of damages recoverable 345 *&3

57J } RATIFICATION of contract by infant.

*£ I READINESS, REQUEST, &c, pleading of.

Forms of pleas of readiness 649

REAL PARTY IN INTEREST, action to be in name of, generally. . . 18 9

REAL PROPERTY: see Land.

REAL REPRESENTATIVES: see Representatives.

REBUTTER—

allowed, if necessary to form issue 89 58

character of 100 *43

not allowed except in response to affirmative allegations 112 160



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rxoa. RECEIVER— we- '**

action by 21 14

appointment of, when property is about to be removed 298 241b

insufficient to pay debts 299 242

order concerning is final, but may not be superseded .298 241b

attorneys and interested parties may not be appointed 300 243

bond and oath required of 301 243

of attached property, may be appointed 218 m

allowed expenses of keeping property 219 211

powers of, generally 302 243

RECORDS—

book of, to be kept by justices, &c 715 452

copies of, for Court of Appeals: see Appeals^ 1.

exhibits constitute part of, when 128 171

lost, &c., action on 7 2

motion on, in inferior courts 719 452

original papers in, transmission of to Court of Appeals subs. 2, 743 4&*

by justices, &c., on appeal 725 457

REDUNDANT MATTER—

154 to be stricken from pleading 121 166

REFERENCE—

to arbitrators : see Arbitration and Awards.
commissioner.' see Commtssinrntr.

REFUNDING BOND required of distributees, &c, in certain cases. . .435 3'9
REFUSAL OF INJUNCTION—

statement as to, in application for injunction 273 234

REGISTER OF LAND OFFICE—

eridence of, must be by deposition unless, &c 554-56 4 00

REHEARING, Court of Appeals may make rules concerning 760 49*

REINSTATEMENT—

of action against absent defendant 414 J°7

attachment 267,269,270 224,216

injunction 296, 297 24JM4lb

REJOINDER—

allowed, to form material issue 89 5*

but only in response to affirmative al-
legation. 1 12 160

contents of 99 '4*

departure in, forbidden 101 HJ

/>-,/. - . 669-75

RELEASE—

630 of bail not effected by judgment of insufficiency r67 19*

/>r^r .■**/.> 1 sfrt.sjst* p, 644; if rtply and 1 ij m m J er, p. 673; ef swr~

r : ..^> 674

RELIEF—

* f Jl prayer for, in petition must be specific, and may be general 90 $9

87 substituted for averment of damages 90 59

general, not granted, unless issue made 90 $9

in answer, &c, governed by same rule. 97 M°

REMAINDER—

may be sold on petition of owner of particular estate 49'. 49* { 361

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pack. REMOVAL — • »«c. pagb.

of action for division of land, &c., from county to circuitcourt.subs.il, 499 367

attachments pending in different courts to one court 210 207

defendant in transitory action from county, effect of 82 54

property, or intent to remove, when ground for attachment.subs. 6, 194 198

sued for, ground for general attachment subs. Ill, 194 199

authorizes pursuit to another county 256 222

to avoid attachment authorizes pursuit to another county,2i3 209

receiver may be appointed to prevent 298, 299 241b, 242

RENT—

action for, is not barred by proceedings in forcible entry, &c 468 348

attachment for (see Attachment) 195 201

see Distress Warrant.

REPEAL OF.LAWS by Code 838 497

REPEALING OR VACATING CHARTERS AND PREVENTING
USURPATION OF OFFICE—

action for, to be ordinary 480 355

to repeal or vacate charter must be in name of Commonwealth. 481 355

against municipal corporation must be ordered by legislature. 482 355
to prevent usurpation may be brought by Commonwealth or

party entitled 483 355

of county office, Commonwealth's attor-
ney to prosecute 484 356

other office, Attorney- General to

prosecute 485 356

exercising office after act working forfeiture is usurpation 486 356

orders and judgment against usurper 487 356

usurper's liability for fees, &c 488 357

verification of pleadings in actions by Commonwealth not necessary . 1 16 1 63
REPLEVIN—

action of: see Claim and Delivery \ <5rY.
REPLEVY OF EXECUTION—

when not allowed subs. 3, 697, 232 448, 217

,., > REPLIES, what they may contain 98 141

667 >■ necessary, when.

142 to counter-claims and set-offs.

142 pleas of infancy.

142 limitation.

125 no consideration.

144 making new assignments.

141 traverses in.

Forms of. 667-83

REPORT—

of attorney for absent defendant subs. 5, 7, 59 46

guardian for defendant under disability subs. 3, 36 34

REPORTER OF COURT OF APPEALS, duties of. 766 496

REPRESENTATIVES—

1. Generally, definition of subs. 19, 732 463

must be parties to action to settle decedents' estates. .. .subs. I, 2, 428 316

revivor of actions, by and against: see Revivor, 1.

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pace. REPRESENTATIVES— Continued/ *«• '**

2. Personal, definition of subs. 17, 732 462

action against, generally 26, 27 20-M

by, generally 21 14

to settle decedent's estate 428 316

96 or against for torts.

controversy may be submitted to arbitration by subs. 4, 451 333

settlements of accounts of, in county court 471 349

Forms of creditor s petitions against, pp. 519, 520, 603 ; forms of pleas of

plene administravit. 64$

3. Real, definition of subs. i8 f 732 4fy

action against 26, 27 20, 21

Forms of petitions against y pp. 519, 603; of answers ■, p. 645; of reply. . 674

153 REPUGNANCY IN PLEADING—
91-6 REPUTATION, action for injury to.

REPUTATION OF WITNESS, how attacked 596, 597, 598 V^W

evidence of good character not allowed, until attacked 599 4 I $

REQUESTS—
82 by defendant, averment of.



504 J- plaintiff, averment of.

505)

I for possession, in action for land.
299 RE-SALE by order of court. Note 2.
RESCUE OF ARRESTED DEBTOR—

officer liable for, though occurring without his fault 174 *93

mode of fixing and enforcing liability of officer for 175 '93

RESIDENCE—

action for discovery of residence of persons jointly or severally bound

with others 685 443

change of, by defendant after action brought 82 54

meaning of word as applied to corporations subs. 32, 732 4^3

of parties to divorce suit, bow proved 422 3'4

RESIDENT OF KENTUCKY—

bail of arrested debtor must be 164 *9°

next friend must be 37 35

sureties in bonds, required by Code, must be 684 44*

RESTORATION OF PROPERTY—

order for, in action for divorce 425 3*5

to absent defendant, bond for 410 3°5

defendant, upon discharge of attachment 228 *i$

when taken under order of delivery 188 *$

RESTRAINING ORDER: see Injunction.
RE-TRIAL—

defendant constructively summoned entitled to 414, 415 3°7

time of, to be fixed by court, upon discharge of jury before verdict. 323 *0

see New Trial.
RETURN—

of attached property to defendant 228 215

deposition to examining officer by clerk 588 4*°

" not found " necessary to fix liability of bail 171 '9*

"no property found " authorizes equitable action to enforce judg-
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pack. RETURN— Continued. sec *agr.
597 of "no property found" not necessary to create lien.

notices „ 624 424

property, judgment for 388 296

to parties in divorce suits, order for 425 315

summons, how made and corrected 49 40

authorizing attachment 196, 197 202, 203

warning order subs. 4, 58 45

time of, by officer, to be noted by clerk 669 439

REVERSAL, proceedings on, in court below subs. 2, 761 492

REVERSION may be sold at instance of owner of particular estate. 49 1, 492 359, 361
380 REVIEW, bills of, abolished.
REVIVOR—

1. Of Actions Generally —

order of, when unnecessary 500 368

necessary subs. 3, 372

may be made on motion or petition ;. .501 375

service of, &c 502 375

notice of motion for, &c 503 375

warning order for 504 375

revivor of personal actions against heirs and devisees 505 376

real actions 506 376

when not to be made within six months 507 376

limitation of against representatives or successors 508 377

by representatives or successors 509 377

when case may be stricken from docket 510 377

trial of action not postponed by revivor . 511 378

2. Of ACTIONS IN CIRCUIT courts IN CONTINUOUS SESSION —

Act of 1892, $ 16, 17 Appendix 731

3. Of appeals 767 496

4. of judgments —

how and when ordered against defendant 407 302

death of defendant does not discharge levy of execution 407 302

prevent conveyance of property sold. . .407 302
execution against surviving de-
fendant 405 302

plaintiff does not prevent issue of execution 402 301

upon death of plaintiff 402, 403, 404, 406 301, 302

RIGHT OF PROPERTY, trial of by jury, abolished 659 435

RULES—

of construction of terms used in Code 732 461

156 common law in construing pleadings. Note 12.

construction of statutes in derogation thereof not

applicable to Code 733 464

Court of Appeals, to be fixed by it 760 492

SABBATH : see Sunday.
SALES BY JUDICIAL ORDER—
I. Sales for debt —
I. Generally —



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