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TITLE I.

OF THE FORM OF CIVIL ACTIONS.

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CHAPTER 1.The time of commencing actions generally.

SEC. 73. Repeal of existing limitations..

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74. Time for commencing actions, &c.

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CHAPTER II.— The time of commencing action for the recovery of real property.

Sec. 75. When the people will not sue.

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76. When action cannot be brought by grantee from the State.... 75

77. When actions by the people or their grantees, to be brought

within twenty years

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78. Seisin within twenty years, when necessary.

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79. Seisin within twenty years, when necessary in action or de-

fense, founded on title, &c...

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80. Action after entry, or right of entry.

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81. Possession, when presumed. Occupation, when deemed

under legal title

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82. Occupation under written instrument, &c

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83. Adverse possession under written instrument, &c

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84. Premises actually occupied, held adversely..

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85. Adverse possession under claim of title not written

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86. Relation of landlord and tenant as affecting adverse possession 78

87. Descent cast, effect of .

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88. Persons under disability

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CHAPTER III.— The time of commencing actions other than for the

recovery of real property.

SEC. 89. Limitations prescribed..

90. Twenty years.

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91. Six years..

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92. Three years

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93. Two years

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94. One year..

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95. Action upon a current account

96. Actions for penalties..

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97. Action for other relief

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98. Action by the people

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CHAPTER IV.—General provisions as to the time of commencing actions.

SEC. 99. When action deemed commenced.

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100. Exception, defendant out of State.

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101. Exception, as to person under disabilities

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CHAPTER I.— The complaint.

Sec. 140. Forms of pleading

141. Complaint...

142. Complaint, what to contain.

CHAPTER II.- The demurrer and answer.

Sec. 143. Defendant to demur or answer.

144. When the defendant may demur.

145. Demurrer, what to specify..

146. How to proceed if complaint be amended..

147, Objection not appearing on complaint...

148. Objection, when waived...

CHAPTER III.— The answer.

SEC. 149. Answer, what to contain ...

150. Counter-claim, several defenses .

151. Demurrer and answer, when allowed.

152. Sham and irrelevant defenses to be stricken out.

CHAPTER IV.— The reply.

SEC. 153. Reply, demurrer to answer..

154. Motion for judgment upon answer.

155. Demurrer to reply...

CHAPTER V.--General rules for pleading.

SEC. 156. Pleadings to be subscribed and verified...

157. Pleadings, how verified.....

158. How to state an account in pleading ; particulars....

159. Pleadings to be liberally construed ...

160. Irrelevant or redundant matter to be stricken out, and in-

definite matter made more definite...

161. Judgments, how to be pleaded...

162. Conditions precedent, how to be pleaded.

163. Private statutes, how to be pleaded...

164. Libel and slander, how stated in complaint.

165. Answer in such cases.....

166. Answer in actions to

recover property distrained for

damage....

167. What causes of action may be joined....

168. Allegation not denied, when to be deemed true.

CHAPTER VI.— Mistakes in pleading and amendments.

Sec. 169. Material variances, how provided for..

170. Immaterial variances, how provided for.

171. What not to be deemed a variance..

172. Amendments of course and after demurrer..

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207. Affidavit of its requisites..

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