United States Statutes at Large, 76권,파트 1

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CHAPTER 9HOLIDAYS Sec 111 Legal holidays 996
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CHAPTER 3EXECUTIVE
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III
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CHAPTER 15PUBLIC PROPERTY AND PROCUREMENT
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Assistance of Armed Forces
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CHAPTER 65HIGHWAYS ROADS AND VEHICLES
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Appointment tenure leave and residence of United States attorney
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Report on sale of securities
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AERONAUTICS_
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DOMESTIC ANIMALS
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Continuation purposes offices and residence of the Company
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HEALTH AND SAFETY
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Subjection to treaties and laws applicable to Panama Railroad Com
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NOTARIES PUBLIC
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CHAPTER 17ATTORNEYS AT LAW SUBCHAPTER IADMISSION REMOVAL AND SUSPENSION OF ATTORNEYS Sec Page 541 Admission to...
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Certificate of admission
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Transfer of Canal and facilities to Company
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Appearance
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PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
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Authority
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TITLE 4CIVIL LAWS CHAPTER
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GENERAL PROVISIONS
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PERSONAL RIGHTS
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SHIPPING AND NAVIGATION_
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NATURE OF PROPERTY_
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MODIFICATIONS OF OWNERSHIP
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RIGHTS OF OWNERS__
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GENERAL DEFINITIONS AFFECTING PROPERTY
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LIFE AND DISABILITY INSURANCE
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MODES OF ACQUIRING PROPERTY
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ACCESSION
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TRANSFER OF PROPERTY_
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Transfer of other personal property by sale
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PROOF AND ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF INSTRUMENTS
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Sec Page 811 General rules of interpretation___
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Conditions precedent
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SUBCHAPTER IIITRANSFER OF OBLIGATIONS 871 Transfer of burden of obligation
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Article BOffer of Performance 911 Extinction by offer
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Time of offer
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Custody of thing offered
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Satisfaction defined
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NATURE OF A CONTRACT_
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Persons capable of contracting___
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Kinds of fraud
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Mistake of foreign laws
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Sec Page 1081 Object defined
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CREATION OF CONTRACTS_
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INTERPRETATION OF CONTRACTS__
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Appointment and compensation duties delegation of powers bonds
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Restriction to object of contract
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UNLAWFUL CONTRACTS_
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Sec Page
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OBLIGATIONS IMPOSED BY LAW
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GENERAL PROVISIONS AFFECTING CHAPTERS 45 TO 105
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Article DResale by the Seller
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Article DThe Price
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Implied warranties in sale by sample
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SUBCHAPTER IITRANSFER OF PROPERTY AND TITLE Article ATransfer of Property as Between Seller and Buyer 1441 Property not to pass unt...
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Reservation of right of possession or property when goods are shipped
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Risk of loss
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Creditors rights against sold goods in sellers possession
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Rights of person to whom document has been negotiated
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Indorser not a guarantor__
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Delivery of wrong quantity
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Right to examine the goods
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SUBCHAPTER IVRIGHTS OF UNPAID SELLER Article ARights of Unpaid Seller Against the Goods 1491 Definition of unpaid seller
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When lien is lost
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Sec Page 1499 When and how resale may be made
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Effect of sale of goods subject to lien or stoppage in transitu
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When seller may rescind contract or sale
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Interest and special damages
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Interpretation shall give effect to purpose of uniformity
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CONDITIONAL SALES
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Primary rights of buyer
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Retaking possession
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Resale at option of parties
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DEPOSIT IN GENERAL
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Voluntary deposit
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DEPOSIT FOR KEEPING
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Indemnification of depositary
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Obligation of depositary of animals
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SUBCHAPTER IIISTORAGE 1741 Deposit for hire
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Form of receipts what terms may be inserted
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Negotiable receipts must be cancelled or marked when part of goods
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Article DCriminal Offenses
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Sec Page 1871 Innkeepers lien on property of guests
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Unclaimed baggage sale at auction
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DEPOSIT FOR EXCHANGE
170
Care required of borrower
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Optional loan
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HIRING__
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Termination of hiring by hirer
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SERVICE WITH EMPLOYMENT
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Assumption of risk fellow servant rule contributory negligence
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Duties of employee for reward
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Surviving employee
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PARTICULAR EMPLOYMENTS
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Conformity to limits of authority
180
SERVICE WITHOUT EMPLOYMENT
181
CHAPTER 73COMMON CARRIERS SUBCHAPTER ICOMMON CARRIERS IN GENERAL Sec Page 2561 Common carrier defined
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Liability for luggage
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Proof in case of loss
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SUBCHAPTER IDEFINITIONS Sec 2661 Agent and agency defined
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Consideration unnecessary
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Power to disobey instructions
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CHAPTER 79PARTNERSHIP IN GENERAL
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SUBCHAPTER IVALTERATION AND DISSOLUTION
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Interest and profits
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Sec Page 3201 When special partnership becomes general
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Scope of chapter
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Lottery
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Interest of carrier or depositary
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Required inquiry
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Representation as to future_
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Coverage of specified insureds interest
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Express warranties to be in policy
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Policy as receipt
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Sec Page 3501 Notice of fire loss_
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Presumed nature of contract__
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CHAPTER 87FIRE INSURANCE Sec 3571 Alteration of use or condition of insured property
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Limit of liability
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Manner of payment of life insurance
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Validity with respect to past wrongful act
216
Regulation of bail
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SUBCHAPTER IVLIABILITY OF GUARANTORS
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SUBCHAPTER VLETTER OF CREDIT
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Sec Page 3921 Definition of letter of credit
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Letter as continuing guaranty in certain cases
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General or special liens
224
Compensation of holder of lien
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SUBCHAPTER VIEXTINCTION OF LIENS 4071 Lien as accessory to act whose performance it secures
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Definition of mortgage
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Power of sale
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Bottomry and respondentia excluded from chapter
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Filing assignment of mortgage notice
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CHAPTER 101PLEDGE Sec 4201 Definition
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Deposit of pledged property with third person as pledge holder
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Waiver of demand for performance
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b Livery and feedstable etc proprietors
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Article DRights of Holder
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Article EAcceptance for Honor
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Sec Page 4371 Right of holder to sue payment
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Notice before full amount paid
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When person deemed indorser
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Article FPresentment for Payment 4401 Failure to present for payment effect
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Persons liable as partners_
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Computation of time
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Notice to party or agent
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Notice to antecedent party time
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Notice of nonpayment where acceptance refused
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Renunciation by holder
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Treatment of bill as promissory note
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General acceptance
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Days on which presentment may be made
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Persons who may make protest_
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Honor of drawer presumption_
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Declaration before payment for honor
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SUBCHAPTER IIIPROMISSORY NOTES AND CHECKS 4561 Promissory note defined
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Primary and secondary liability
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Damages for detriment from unlawful act or omission
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Interest stipulated by contract
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Breach of warranty of agents authority
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Liability of owner of dog for damages suffered by dog bite
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CHAPTER 111SPECIFIC AND PREVENTIVE RELIEF SUBCHAPTER IGENERAL PRINCIPLES Sec 4761 Allowance of specific or preventive relief
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Enforcement of penal law penalty or forfeiture
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Parties not entitled to specific performance
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Article ECancellation of Instruments 4831 Grounds for cancellation
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Uniformity of interpretation__
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Powers of courts in conduct of proceedings
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Avoidance only where enforcement of creditors right obstructed
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Marshals fees
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Assignment to be in writing acknowledgment recording
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Recording assignment and filing inventory
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Accounting of assignee
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Proceedings in English language
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Private nuisance defined
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CHAPTER 1GENERAL PROVISIONS
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Division of judicial remedies
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Actions not otherwise provided for
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Actions on accounts ___
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Death before expiration of limitation period
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CHAPTER 7COMMENCEMENT OF ACTIONS SERVICE
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Disposition of deposit
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SUBCHAPTER VIDEPOSITS IN COURT HANDLING OF FUNDS BY CLERK
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Affidavit to obtain order
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Garnishment notice to garnishee
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Sec Page 411 Order for deposit of money or property or delivery to another party
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Deposit of sums over 200 in depositary disbursements records__
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CHAPTER 13TRIAL SUBCHAPTER ITRIAL BY JURY Sec 451 Jury trial of right
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Jury to be sworn
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Admonition when jury permitted to separate_
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Manner of giving verdict threefourths verdict polling jury
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SUBCHAPTER IJUDGMENTS GENERALLY Sec 511 Interest on judgments
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Confession of judgment without action
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Issuance of execution form and contents
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Execution after five years
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Procedure for asserting and determining claims for exemption
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Execution of writ generally
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Penalty for selling without notice or taking down or defacing notice
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Sales as absolute or subject to redemption certificate of sale
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Redemption persons to whom payments made tender
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Rents and profits
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Claims by third persons filing of claim undertaking by plaintiff
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Same hearing to determine title to property
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Same undertaking by claimant
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Time for appearance of defendant
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Answer counterclaims
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Amendment of pleadings
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Affidavit and undertaking for order of arrest
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Direction and command of writ more than one defendant service outside subdivision
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Time for commencement of trial
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Adjournment undertaking
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Judgment of dismissal for failure to bring to trial
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Relief from judgment or order clerical mistakes harmless error
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Renewal of execution
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Undertaking on appeal
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Filing of undertaking exception to and justification of sureties
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PART 2PARTICULAR PROCEEDINGS CHAPTER 51 DECLARATORY JUDGMENTS
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Filing and serving undertaking
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Judgment against sureties
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Grant of writ by magistrates court
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Production of body
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Discharge of person detained by virtue of process
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Recommitment to proper custody
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CHAPTER 57HOSPITALIZATION OF MENTALLY ILL Sec 1631 Definitions___
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Emergency hospitalization
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Right to discharge on application emergency detention
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Detention under special circumstances
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Right to communicate and receive visitors exercise of civil rights__
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Discharge upon medical review
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Payment of charges
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Action to quiet title to real and personal property
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Injunction against injury during foreclosure or after execution sale
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Sec Page 1731 Foreclosure of mortgages on real and personal property
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SUBCHAPTER IIINUISANCE AND WASTE 1761 Abatement of nuisance damages
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Service of notice
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Parties defendant
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Trial showing required
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Appeals
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Issuance return and hearing
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SUBCHAPTER IIREMEDIES FORMERLY AVAILABLE BY WRIT OF MANDATE 1901 Order to compel performance of duty or admission to off...
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PART 3EVIDENCE CHAPTER Page 101 GENERAL PROVISIONS_
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Transfers of properties between departments and agencies
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Persons present
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CHAPTER 105PRODUCTION OF EVIDENCE SUBCHAPTER IGENERAL PROVISIONS Sec 2591 Mode of taking testimony
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Proof of publication
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Depositions for use outside Canal Zone Uniform Foreign Depositions Act
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Presence of parties
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CHAPTER 109ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE UNIFORM RULES
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Definition of incrimination
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Testimony of jurors not limited except by this chapter
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Habit or custom to prove specific behavior
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Preliminary examination
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SUBCHAPTER VIIIHEARSAY EVIDENCE 2961 Definitions
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SUBCHAPTER IXAUTHENTICATION AND CONTENT OF WRITINGS 2991 Authentication required ancient documents
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Proof of attested writings
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Degree of certainty required to establish facts
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Effect of declarations and acts of one person on rights of another__
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Same intent general and particular provisions
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Unwritten law defined____
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Statute of frauds transfer of real property
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GENERAL PROVISIONS_
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Definitions
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Classification of offenses
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Persons capable of committing crimes
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Extent of right of selfdefense
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Punishment where only minimum term prescribed
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ABORTION AND CONTRACEPTION
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ADULTERY
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Definitions__
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Injury to person by vicious animal
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ARRESTS SEARCHES AND SEIZURES
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ARSON
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ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT OFFENSES GENERALLY
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ATTORNEYS_
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Compelling attendance of witnesses and production of papers
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BURGLARY_
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CHILDREN_
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CIVIL RIGHTS
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CONTEMPTS_
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CONTRACTS_
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DISORDERLY CONDUct
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DUELS AND CHALLENGES
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ESCAPE AND RESCUE___
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EXTORTION OPPRESSION AND THREATS
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FALSE IMPRISONMENT
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FORGERY AND COUNTERFEITING_
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FRAUD AND FALSE STATEMENTS_
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False representation by married person when selling or mortgaging
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HABEAS CORPUS OFFENSES_
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HEALTH AND SAFETY
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nent injury tear gas mustard gas acid or explosives
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Act by intoxicated physician or surgeon endangering life
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Setting on fire grass or shrubbery
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Adulterating or selling adulterated candy
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HOMICIDE_
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Punishment for manslaughter
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INCEST_
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KIDNAPING AND SIMILAR OFFENSES_
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spiracy
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LARCENY AND EMBEZZLEMENT_
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Value of written instruments stolen
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Larceny of lost property
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Changing or defacing marks or brands on domestic animals
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Bailee tenant lodger or attorney in fact
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LETTERS AND MESSAGES_
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Use of information derived from private messages_
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General personal rights
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LOTTERIES AND GAMBLING_
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Sec Page
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MALICIOUS OR OTHER INJURY TO PROPERTY
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MARRIAGES
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NAVIGATION_
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OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
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PERJURY
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POSTAL SERVICE
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PRIZE FIGHTING AND SPARRING
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PUBLIC OFFICES OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
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Jumping on or off train riding on roof platform appliances or pro
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Throwing injurious substances on highways
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Slander___
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PART 2CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CHAPTER Page 201 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE GENERALLY_
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Criminal action defined
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Right of attorney to visit prisoner
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Dismissal of unsigned information___
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Finding on charge of previous conviction
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Effect of giving or failing to give security
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CHAPTER 207COMPLAINT WARRANT AND ARREST SUBCHAPTER ICOMPLAINT WARRANT OF ARREST 54 Sec 3701 Complaint _ _ _
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Peace officers defined
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Breaking door or window
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Release by peace officer without appearance before magistrate
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Committing defendant to district court
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Disposition of papers and bail
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Rules of procedure in criminal actions in magistrates courts
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Harmless error plain error
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Dismissal of actions
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Conduct of trial evidence__
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Withdrawal of appeal by defendant
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Judgment
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Remanding cause to magistrate
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CHAPTER 215MODE OF TRIAL TRIAL JURY Sec Page 4091 Plea and motions upon which issues of fact arise
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Exception to challenge to panel
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Challenge for cause kinds
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Exemption from service as cause of challenge
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Order of proceedings on trial
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Forms of verdict
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Recording verdict
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Service of subpoena
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Depositions on motion of defendant____
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Application for order to district court or magistrate
525
SUBCHAPTER VSECURING THE ATTENDANCE OF WITNESSES FROM WITHOUT A STATE IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS 4331 Definition...
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Witness from another State summoned to testify in the Canal Zone
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Circumstances in aggravation or mitigation of punishment
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Mitigation of punishment when act already punished as contempt
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Judgment for fine and costs attachment of property
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SUBCHAPTER IIIEXECUTION OF DEATH SENTENCE 4451 Warrant for execution of judgment of death time of execution___
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Procedure on finding of sanity or insanity
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Mode of inflicting punishment of death
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Suspension of sentence and probation
534
Disposition of property
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CHAPTER 229COMPROMISING CRIMES Sec Page 4821 Compromise of certain misdemeanors
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CHAPTER 231MENTAL INCOMPETENCY OF DEFENDANT Sec 4861 Trial or punishment of insane person prohibited
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Procedure upon finding of mental incompetency
543
Mental examination of indigent defendant
544
Delivery by trial court__
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Actions triable in magistrates court
546
Application of extradition laws and treaties of United States
547
SUBCHAPTER 11UNIFORM CRIMINAL EXTRADITION ACT 5021 Definitions
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Extradition of persons not present in demanding state at time of commission of crime
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Confinement in jail when necessary
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Commitment to await requisition bail
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Ownership property defined
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SUBCHAPTER VIIDEATH DISABILITY AND SUBSTITUTION Sec Page 1271 Revocation of letters upon subsequent probate accounting powers
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new appointee
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SUBCHAPTER VIIIRESIGNATION SUSPENSION AND REMOVAL 1291 Resignation of executor or administrator and appointment of suc cessor l...
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Revocation for embezzlement waste or mismanagement
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Oath of executor or administrator recording letters
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Insufficiency of sureties or bond additional security
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Same neglect or refusal to give new sureties
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Operation of business of decedent
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Same costs sale of property recovered proceeds
599
Investment of moneys of estate pending settlement
600
Affidavits in support of claims claims not due contingent claims
607
vouchers
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Claims not filed on time are barred exception_
609
Claims presented to executor or administrator allowance or rejec tion
610
Filing or presenting claim as prerequisite to action exception
611
Judgment against decedent execution filing as claim levy before death redemption
612
CHAPTER 71RESORT TO ASSETS SALES Sec 1701 Order of resort to estate for debts
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selection
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CHAPTER 73NOTES MORTGAGES CONVEYANCES AND TRANSFERS SUBCHAPTER IBORROWING MONEY AND MORTGAGING PERSO...
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Execution of notes and instruments of security
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CHAPTER 15ESTABLISHING PATERNITY SUBCHAPTER IPATERNITY PROCEEDINGS
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Sec Page 280 Community property presumptions
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Inventory of separate property
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Management of wifes earnings
688
Legitimacy of issue of wife cohabiting with husband
689
Parental abuse
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Notice to absent or nonconsenting parent_
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CHAPTER 13SUPPORT OF RELATIONS Sec 421 Support of wife
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Action for relief from obligation to support parent_
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Sec Page 461 Persons who may bring action certificate where child unborn nature of action
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Competency of mother to testify dying declarations
695
SUBCHAPTER IIBLOOD TESTS TO DETERMINE PATERNITY 491 Authority for test
696
Uniformity of interpretation
697
Air navigation regulations
701

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129 페이지 - Where the buyer, expressly or by implication, makes known to the seller the particular purpose for which the goods are required, and it appears that the buyer relies on the seller's skill or judgment (whether he be the owner or manufacturer or not), there is an implied warranty that the goods shall be reasonably fit for such purpose.
250 페이지 - A bill of exchange is an unconditional order in writing addressed by one person to another, signed by the person giving it, requiring the person to whom it is addressed to pay on demand or at a fixed or determinable future time a sum certain in money to order or to bearer.
250 페이지 - Where a negotiable instrument is materially altered without the assent of all parties liable thereon, it is avoided, except as against a party who has himself made, authorized or assented to the alteration, and subsequent indorsers. But when an instrument has been materially altered and is in the hands of a holder in due course, not a party to the alteration, he may enforce payment thereof according to its original tenor.
241 페이지 - But for the purpose of determining whether the transferee is a holder in due course, the negotiation takes effect as of the time when the indorsement is actually made.
243 페이지 - That the instrument is at the time of his indorsement valid and subsisting. And, in addition, he engages that on due presentment, it shall be accepted or paid, or both, as the case may be, according to its tenor, and that if it be dishonored, and the necessary proceedings on dishonor be duly taken, he will pay the amount thereof to the holder, or to any subsequent indorser who may be compelled to pay it.
137 페이지 - In the absence of express or implied agreement of the parties, acceptance of the goods by the buyer shall not discharge the seller from liability in damages or other legal remedy for breach of any promise or warranty in the contract to sell or the sale. But, if, after acceptance of the goods, the buyer fails to give notice to the seller of the breach of any promise or warranty within a reasonable time after the buyer knows, or ought to know of such breach, the seller shall not be liable therefor.
242 페이지 - The title of a person who negotiates an instrument is defective within the meaning of this act when he obtained the instrument, or any signature thereto, by fraud, duress, or force and fear, or other unlawful means, or for an illegal consideration, or when he negotiates it in breach of faith, or under such circumstances as amount to a fraud.
130 페이지 - Where there is an unconditional contract for the sale of specific goods in a deliverable state the property in the goods passes to the buyer when the contract is made, and it is immaterial whether the time of payment or the time of delivery, or both, be postponed.
253 페이지 - Where the holder of a bill drawn payable elsewhere than at the place of business or the residence of the drawee has not time with the exercise of reasonable diligence to present the bill for acceptance before presenting it for payment on the day that it falls due, the delay caused by presenting the bill for acceptance before presenting it for payment is excused, and does not discharge the drawers and indorsers.
364 페이지 - The writ of mandamus may be denominated the writ of mandate.— 1873-345. 1085. It may be issued by any court, except a justice's or police court, to any inferior tribunal, corporation, board, or person, to compel the performance of an act which the law specially enjoins, as a duty resulting from an office, trust, or station...

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