A Treatise on Pleading and Practice in Courts of Record in Civil Cases in the State of Oklahoma: With Forms, Band 2

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Vernon law book Company, 1922
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ARTICLE II
819
Legislature 915 Laws and ordinances 916 Acts of Congress
823
Laws of other states
824
Indians 919 Jurisdiction of courts 920 Judicial proceedings
825
OfficialsAuthority
826
Rules and acts ARTICLE III
827
In general
846
Holder
856
Consideration 958 InsuranceIn general
857
Proof of loss 960 Misrepresentation or breach
858
Indians 962 Statute of limitations
860
Damages
862
Malicious prosecution 965 Negligence
863
ARTICLE V
864
Memoranda and incomplete contracts 1029 Minutes
865
Persons in possession
866
Materiality
870
What constitutes 989 Discretion
901
Declarations 991 Injury and pain
902
Acts and statements
904
Directions DIVISION III SIMILAR MATTERS 994 In general
905
Fraud
906
9971010
907
10111019
918
Knowledge of
924
Continuance of fact
925
Personal status
926
Indians
927
Regularity in business
928
Mail matter
929
Available evidence not produced
930
Laws of another state
931
Judicial proceedings
932
Official acts
933
Carriers
934
RailroadsInjury to passenger
935
Injury to employee
936
Damage to property
937
Wrongful death
938
Death
939
Surety and guaranty
940
Agency
941
Consideration 1034 Delivery
944
Mistake 1036 FraudDuress
945
Separate or subsequent oral contract
946
Evidence explanatory of writing
956
Evidence showing performance or discharge
963
1040_1064 Division VI Opinion evidence
964
Nonexpert witnesses in general 1042 Foundation 1043 Discretion
967
Value
968
Reasonable compensation
969
Damages
970
Personal injuries
971
Wrongful death
972
Negative evidence
973
Will contest
974
Divorce
975
Fraud
976
Insurance
977
Marriage
978
Price
979
10611064
980
Services
981
Condemnation proceedings
982
Agency and partnership
983
Unlawful arrest
984
Competency of experts
985
Examination of expertsHypothetical questions
988
Handwriting DIVISION VII HEARSAY 1065 In general
996
Acts of CongressStatute booksLegislative journals
997
Foreign laws
998
Ordinances
999
Congressional documents
1000
CopiesPublic records
1001
Official books and records
1002
Court records and files
1003
Records of justice of the peace
1004
Departmental records
1005
Land office receipts and records
1006
Official signatures presumed genuine
1007
Authentication
1008
Copies of foreign records
1009
Translations
1010
Church records
1011
Corporate records
1012
Written instruments
1013
Recitals in deeds and mortgages
1014
Account books
1015
Memoranda
1016
Letters
1017
Maps and photographs
1018
Identification and authenticity
1019
Contracts
1020
Insurance policies
1021
Notes and indorsements
1022
Deeds and mortgages
1023
Tickets bills of lading and receipts
1024
Party bound by his own evidence 1114 Contracts 1115 Notes 1116 Conveyances 1117 Gifts 1118 Insurance 1119 Trusts
1038
Wills
1055
Court records and files
1061
Partnership 1123 Agency and official capacity
1062
Sales
1063
Fraud
1064
Negligence and cause
1065
Novation
1067
Fraud
1068
Usury 1132 Copy of articles of incorporation 1133 Recovery of penalties 1134 Abandonment of homestead
1069
Financial status 1136 Ejectment 1137 Attachment 1138 Cancellation of instruments
1070
Reformation of instruments 1140 Divorce
1071
Bastardy
1072
ARTICLE I
1073
Offers of compromise
1088
Written statements
1089
Conduct
1090
Acquiescence or silence
1091
Admissions by parties or others interested
1092
Admissions of former owners or privies
1093
Admissions by agents
1094
Admissions by corporate and municipal officers
1095
Husband and wife
1096
Principal and surety
1097
Guardian
1098
Conspirators
1099
Preliminary evidence
1100
Mode of proof
1101
Explanation
1102
Construction
1103
Consideration of testimony in general
1104
Uncontradicted evidence
1105
Quantum of proof in general
1106
Prima facie evidence
1107
Circumstantial evidence
1108
Affirnrative and negative evidenceConclusions
1109
Effect of opinion evidence
1110
Effect of admissions
1111
Testimony of party
1112
Talesmen 1171 Exemptions
1113
11721175 Article IV Oath number term and summoning
1114
Term of service 1175 Selection and summoning
1115
11761189 Article V Custody conduct and deliberations
1119
Additional instructions 1181 Information after retirement
1121
11901203 Article VI Verdict
1129
Construction and operation
1137
Impeachment of verdict
1139
Objections and exceptions
1140
Form
1141
12041216 Article VII Special interrogatories and findings ARTICLE I
1142
Waiver
1143
In equity cases
1144
Trial of issues
1145
In acţions at law or in equity or mixed actions
1146
In particular actions or proceedings
1147
Inconsistency
1150
Defects and amendments
1152
Construction
1154
Objections and exceptions
1155
Form
1156
CHAPTER XVII
1157
CHAPTER XVIII
1207
Parties
1213
Release
1217
IN GENERAL
1218
Defining words and terms
1219
Prayer
1222
Judgment against verdict
1224
CONFORMITY TO FINDINGS 1260 Supported by findings
1225
Approval of findings
1226
ARTICLE IV
1227
Form of judgment
1247
DEFAULT JUDGMENT Division 1 REQUISITES AND VALIDITY Sections
1254
For defendant
1262
Against infant 1264 On motion
1263
Judgment in foreclosure suit
1265
Appeal from county commissioners
1266
CorporationsInvoluntary dissolution
1267
Time
1268
Ejectment
1269
Interplea
1270
Bastardy DIVISION III EQUITY
1271
In general
1272
Specific performance
1273
Foreclosure
1274
Mechanics lien
1275
Journal entryForm
1276
Clerk to make record
1277
When made
1278
Contents
1279
To be signed
1280
Completing record
1281
Conclusiveness
1282
Nunc pro tunc orders
1283
Lost or destroyed judgment
1284
Filing transcriptJustices judgment
1285
In other county
1286
Record in realty case
1287
Recording
1288
Involuntary dissolution
1289
Record as notice
1290
Orders and decrees
1291
Petition
1292
When party is in default
1293
Proof takenDamages
1294
Time for rendering judgment
1295
Validity of judgmentServiceForm of judgment
1296
Actions to which state is partyDismissalDefaultNotice to Attorney General
1297
NoticeHow givenProof
1298
Judgment without notice void DIVISION II OPENING AND VACATING DEFAULT JUDGMENT
1299
Opening judgment after default on service by publication
1300
Excusable default
1301
PleadingForm
1302
Valid defenseExcusePetitionEffect of motion
1303
Discretion of court
1304
ARTICLE VI
1305
During term
1306
After term
1307
Commonlaw powers
1308
Want of jurisdiction
1309
Other remedies
1310
ErrorsIrregularities
1311
1312
1312
Pleading
1313
Operation and effect
1314
MotionForm
1315
1316 PetitionForm
1316
Hearing
1317
JUDGMENT LIENS 1348 Statutory regulationsLien on real estate
1318
Trial of ground of review
1319
Defense must be shown
1320
Suspending proceedingsBondForms
1321
Premature judgment
1322
Time for application
1323
Applicable to what courts
1324
Consideration and validity 1367 Setting aside assignment 1368 Effect of transfer 1369 Rights of parties 1370 As to each other
1326
ARTICLE IX
1328
GROUNDS OF ATTACK 1375 InvalidityIn general
1330
Default judgment 1377 Want of jurisdiction
1331
Want of service
1332
Service by publication
1333
Presumption of jurisdiction
1334
Sections
1343
Confession or consent
1344
Judgment and conveyances
1360
Prior unrecorded deed
1361
Receivership
1362
Duration of lien
1363
Postponement of lien
1364
RES ADJUDICATA
1365
Default 1439 Judgment on motion 1440 Erroneous judgment
1369
PERSONS CONCLUDED 1441 Identity of personsIn general 1442 Unknown parties 1443 Additional parties
1370
Official capacity 1445 Participating in action
1371
Statutory power
1375
Effect of recitals
1381
Extrinsic evidence
1382
Errors and irregularitiesIn general
1383
As to parties
1384
As to pleadings
1385
In proceedings
1386
Perjury
1387
Fraud
1388
Collusion
1389
Available defenses
1390
Nature of attacks
1391
Preventing enforcement
1392
Nature of former recovery
1395
Nature of actionWarrant indebtedness
1396
Equitable actions
1397
Interplea
1398
Real property
1399
Criminal prosecutions
1400
Scope of adjudication
1401
Judgments without prejudice
1402
Reserving rights
1403
Default
1404
Motion or summary proceedings
1405
Void in part
1406
Dismissal
1407
Demurrer
1408
Form of remedy
1417
Grounds of action
1418
Relief
1419
Splitting actionsSingle and entire
1420
Accounts
1421
Installments
1422
Torts
1423
Successive causes of action
1424
Defenses concluded
1425
Mutuality of estoppel
1426
Parties or privies
1427
Joint and several contractors
1428
Joint tortfeasors
1429
NatureIn general
1430
Failure to appeal
1431
Judgments of federal courts
1432
Probate jurisdiction
1433
Finality of determination
1434
Special findings 1502 Amount of recovery
1437
Mistake passion or prejudice
1438
Surprise accident or mistake
1439
Newly discovered evidence
1444
Privity in general
1447
Vendor and purchaser
1448
Other special relations
1449
Coplaintiffs and codefendants
1450
Persons not parties or privies
1451
Evidence
1452
Evidence of property rights
1453
Scope of estoppel
1454
Identity of subjectmatter
1455
Identity of issues
1456
Matters not in issue
1457
Issues undecided
1458
Title or right to property
1459
Rights under contracts
1460
Real property
1461
DamagesAssessmentMeasure
1462
Breach of warranty
1463
Unlawful detention Conversion
1464
Use and occupation
1465
Exemplary damages
1466
Interest and attorneys fees
1467
Cause of action
1468
Who may
1469
Review
1470
Foreign judgments
1471
ARTICLE I
1477
Inherent power
1489
ProcessFees for service
1501
In general
1503
SUPPLEMENTAL PROCEEDINGS Sections
1506
When motion is proper Form
1507
Ruling of court on motionRight to new trial
1508
Time for making
1509
RequisitesApplication
1510
Statement of grounds and specification of errors
1511
Parties
1512
Extrinsic evidence
1513
Jurors
1514
AffidavitsForms
1515
As to newly discovered evidenceForm
1516
Transcript of evidence
1517
Amendment
1518
Abandonment of motion
1519
OrderForms
1520
Genuineness of writingsAdmission
1521
Hearing
1522
Time
1523
Conditions to granting
1524
Reduction of verdict or remission of excessForm of order
1525
Petition for new trialForm
1526
BondForm
1528
Deposit
1529
Pauper affidavitForm
1530
False swearing
1531
Additional security
1532
CHAPTER XX
1533
Remedies against suretiesForm of motion
1534
15271534 Article I Security for costs 15351551 Article II Taxation of costs
1535
Costs taxed by clerk
1536
Costs where defendant disclaims
1537
Costs go with judgment
1538
Prevailing party
1539
Costs that may be taxed at discretion of court
1540
On motions
1541
Quo warranto
1542
Defendant
1543
Apportionment
1544
Waiver
1545
On joint liability
1546
Effect of tender or offer to confess judgment
1547
Settlement stipulation and abatement
1548
CostsCorporationsInvoluntary dissolution
1549
Liability of representative
1550
Costs on interplea
1551
15521562 Article III Items taxable as costs
1552
Stenographers fees
1553
Receivership
1554
Fees for legal publicationTased as costs
1555
Contempt proceedings
1556
Jurors
1557
Witnesses
1558
Guardian
1559
Court clerksFees
1560
Sheriffs and constablesFees
1561
County judgeFees
1562
15631571a Article IV Collection and payment
1563
In general 1662a Examination of debtor and othersArrestContempt
1571
15721578 Article 1 Costs on appeal
1572
Article VIII Wrongful execution
1579
Several executions
1585
Interests subject
1587
Crops
1588
Movable property of public service corporation
1589
Corporation stockAttachment and execution
1590
Corporate franchises
1591
Particular estates
1592
Equitable interests
1593
Property in custodia legis ARTICLE III
1594
Issuance
1595
On abstract or transcript of justice
1596
To sheriff of another county
1597
After death
1598
Time
1599
ContentsForms
1600
Amount
1601
Alias writ
1602
Seal
1603
Amendment
1604
Collateral attack ARTICLE IV
1605
EnforcementExemptions
1606
Homestead exemption
1607
Exemptions not to apply when
1608
Exemption of personalty not to apply when
1609
Pensions
1610
Ministers libraries
1611
Motor vehiclesClaiming exemptionsDamages
1612
Benevolent corporations
1613
Order to appearForms
1614
Priorities between executions
1615
Attachments and executionsWho may levy
1616
Void when otherwise levied
1617
The levy
1618
Advance of printers fees
1619
Appraisement and return
1620
Property of officer
1621
Excessive levy
1622
Appraisement waived
1623
Mortgaged chattels
1624
Exemplary damages ARTICLE VI
1626
17341752 Article VI Trial judgment enforcement of judgment and re view
1630
17531756 Article VII Liabilities on bonds and undertakings
1641
Presumption of validity
1644
Recovery of amount
1645
Title of purchaser and interest acquired
1646
Sheriffs deedForm
1647
Possession
1648
Corporate stock
1649
Corporate franchiseForm of certificate of purchase
1650
Redemption of franchise
1651
Irregularities
1652
Reversal of judgment
1653
ARTICLE VI
1654
AmercementForms
1655
Execution mailed
1656
Distribution among execution creditors
1657
Surplus
1658
ReturnForm
1659
Neglect of officer
1660
Payment
1661
Reference Form
1663
ReceiversOrder of appointmentForm
1664
Continuance
1665
Lien on funds
1666
Fees and costs
1667
Contempt
1668
Orders
1669
Judgment enforced after death
1670
ConversionDamages
1671
Judgment or orderForms
1672
Appraisement
1673
Authority to sell
1674
Notice 1676 Return confirmation and objections
1676
Foreclosure
1677
Opening or vacating saleForms
1678
ResaleForm of order
1679
Collateral attack
1680
Title and rights of purchaser
1681
Taxes
1682
Wrongful sale
1683
Validity
1684
Foreclosure sale
1685
Without appraisement
1686
Right of redemption
1687
Tax sales
1688
Estray sales
1689
16901703 Article I Rights and defenses
1690
Property subject
1691
ScopeEquity
1692
Liens on animals
1693
Property seized under prohibitory
1694
RentCrop
1695
Purchaser with notice liable
1696
Plaintiffs right to possession
1697
Detention by defendant
1698
Defendants possession
1699
Conditions precedent
1700
Demand for return
1701
Defenses
1702
Estoppel ARTICLE II
1703
17041707 Article II Jurisdiction and parties
1704
Plaintiff
1705
Defendant
1706
Intervention and substitution
1707
17081721 Article III Proceedings for taking and redelivery of property
1708
AffidavitForm
1709
Replevin undertakingForm
1710
Order of replevinForm
1711
To different counties
1712
Execution of order
1713
Officer may forcibly enter buildings
1714
Custody of property
1715
Statutory provisions for delivery by attachment
1716
Redelivery to defendantUndertakingForm
1717
Plaintiffs objection to suretiesForm
1718
Effect of redelivery
1719
Quashing writForms
1720
Return
1721
17221731 Article IV Pleadings and evidence
1722
Garnishee summonsForm 1860 ServiceAppearance
1725
Subsequ ut affidavits and summons 1862 Answer or affidavit of garnisheeForm
1727
By whom made 1864 Time of corporation to answer
1729
Issues and trial
1730
Payment into court
1733
Default of garnishee JudgmentContempt
1734
Scope of inquiry
1735
Trial
1736
Questions for jury
1737
Directed verdictInstructions
1738
Verdict and findingsRequisites
1739
Value of propertyDescription
1740
New trial
1741
JudgmentIn generalForm
1742
For defendant
1743
Description of property
1744
Possession or return
1745
For value of property
1746
Judgment in alternative
1747
Damages
1748
Operation and effect
1749
WRONGFUL GARNISIIMENT 1879 Grounds of liability 1880 Measure of damages
1750
Enforcement of judgment 1751 Appeal and error
1751
Costs ARTICLE VII
1752
Replevin bonds 1751 Redelivery bonds 1735 Discharge of sureties 1736 Extent of liability
1753
Parties 1886 Jurisdiction 1887 NoticeOrderForms
1757
Eligibility 1889 Oath and bondForms
1760
Liability on bond 1891 ObjectionsWaiverCollateral attack
1762
ContemptInterference with receiver 1893 Vacation of orderSupreme CourtForma
1763
Powers 1895 Title and custody of property
1765
ATTACHMENT
1766
Disposition of litigated propertyOrderForm 1898 Existing contracts
1767
Investment of fundsApplicatiouOrderForms 1900 Receivers sales
1768
Distribution and disposition 1902 Receivership expenses
1770
Taxes 1904 Compensation
1771
Rent
1772
Liability of plaintiff and third persons
1774
Additional forms
1775
Jurisdiction and venue
1778
Attachment orderForm
1784
ReturnWhen made
1790
2 Hon PL PRAC
1793
Jurisdiction 1919 Pendency of action
1795
Amendment 1921 Transfers pending suit
1796
Unrecorded deeds
1797
Persons bound by decree
1798
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Seite 1119 - The jury must also, at each adjournment of the court, whether permitted to separate or kept in charge of officers, be admonished by the court that it is their duty not to converse among themselves or with anyone else on any subject connected with the trial, or to form or express any opinion thereon until the cause is finally submitted to them.
Seite 1129 - The verdict of a jury is either general or special. A general verdict Is that by which they pronounce generally upon all or any of the issues, either in favor of the plaintiff or defendant: a special verdict is that by which the jury find the facts only, leaving the judgment to the court.
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Seite 1398 - In an action for the breach of an obligation not arising from contract, where the defendant has been guilty of oppression, fraud, or malice, express or implied, the plaintiff, in addition to the actual damages, may recover damages for the sake of example and by way of punishing the defendant.— 1905:621.
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