ARTICLE 75. PLEADINGS, PRACTICE AND PROCESS AT LAW  


Appendix I. IN GENERAL
§ 1. To remain as they were at adoption of Constitution of 1851 except as changed by statute or rules of court
Appendix II. PLEADINGS
IN GENERAL
§ 2. Negligence of parent or custodian not imputed to infant
§ 3. Suit on sealed instrument executed on and after June 1, 1914
§ 4. Suits on lost negotiable instruments
§ 5. Truth as justification for libel
§ 6 to 13. Liability of broadcasting stations for libelous statements of candidates for public office; suits on bond of clerk or register; forfeiture of recognizance to appear or testify; patented names of land not necessary in actions of ejectment, dower, trespass or case; suits against insurance, surety or bonding companies; answer by person under eighteen entitled to lands by purchase
FORMS OF PLEADINGS
§ 14. Forms given to be sufficient; substance only need be expressed
ABATEMENT AND REVIVOR
Appendix III. PRACTICE
§ 15 to 15B. New party not burdened with debts, damages or costs in excess of assets of deceased; actions which shall not abate by death of party
ARBITRATION AND AWARD
§ 16, 17. Submission, reference and award in general; grounds for vacating award.
§ 18. Proceedings upon death of either party
§ 19. Arbitrator dying or refusing to act
§ 20. Proceedings when award not returned within time fixed by court
§ 21. Proceedings after award; ordering judgment on the award
CASES BY CONSENT
§ 22. Compromise suit for infant by "next friend."
CERTIORARI
§ 23. Bond given by party obtaining writ
CONTINUANCE
§ 24. Continuance during session of legislature or Legislative Council where an attorney is a member thereof
EJECTMENT
§ 25, 26. How begun; proceedings in; mortgagor may maintain actions against others than mortgagee.
§ 27. Proceedings in cases between landlord and tenant
§ 28 to 32. When lands sued for lie contiguous to each other in adjoining counties; severing defenses by two or more defendants; plats; costs in severance by defendants; joint declaration by two or more persons holding jointly; one of joint plaintiffs recovering extent of title
§ 33. Patent not necessary; proof of enclosure
§ 34 to 36. Warrant of resurvey -- In general; not to issue when parties hold or claim under same title; making location of claim and pretension
§ 37 to 39. Actions to trespass quare clausum fregit; amendment of plats and surveys; examination of witnesses; plats not considered as evidence per se
EXTENDING JUDGMENTS
§ 40. Judgment for amount due on bond, bill, covenant or contract
MEASURE OF DAMAGES FOR ABSTRACTING MINERALS FROM PLAINTIFF'S LAND
§ 41. Measure of damages for abstracting minerals from plaintiff's land
POSSESSION -- WRITS OF
§ 42. Penalty for reentry after eviction by writ of possession
PRODUCTION OF BOOKS AND ANSWERING BILL OF DISCOVERY
§ 43. Suit upon bond of clerk or register
REMOVAL OF CAUSES
§ 44, 45. Waiver of jury; removal when fair trial cannot be obtained when case pending; appeals from trial magistrates.
§ 46, 47. Presentments or indictments for offenses punishable by death -- In general; removal by adverse party from court to which case has been removed.
§ 48. Special panel to try removed cases
§ 49. Removal of party detained in jail in criminal case
§ 50. Compensation of State's attorney in removal of criminal cases
§ 51 to 53. Correction of imperfect transcript of record -- In general; power of court in such cases; copy of docket entries forwarded to court in which case entered
§ 54, 55. Warrant of resurvey in removed cases; order of removal may be stricken out until record actually transmitted.
REPLEVIN
§ 56. Determination of penalty to be named in bond
§ 57 to 60. Failure to appear; entry of judgment for plaintiff; judgment for return of goods and damages for detention; how judgment entered and enforced; bonds given by plaintiff
DETINUE
§ 60A. Enforcement of judgment in the alternative
SUMMONS WITH CLAIM FOR INJUNCTION OR MANDAMUS
§ 61 to 73. Summons with claim for injunction or mandamus
SUPPLEMENTARY PROCEEDINGS
§ 74. Witness not excused on ground that examination will tend to connect him with fraud
Appendix IV. PROCESS
§ 75, 75A to 75C, 76 to 80. . Suits to be brought where defendant resides; exceptions; venue of suit; service of process on corporations; service of process on nonresident owner or operator of aircraft or watercraft; service on nonresidents doing business, etc., in State; trespass; where suit brought; captain, master or owner of vessel; suit in county for nondelivery or injury of goods or chattels.
§ 81 to 84. Jurisdiction of county lying on naviagable river; jurisdiction of counties on navigable waters; county maps -- admissible in evidence; county maps -- certified copies.
§ 85, 86. Process for arrest of person committing crimes; leaving copy of process with defendant in criminal case
§ 87. Service of writ of scire facias -- Heirs residing in another county
§ 88 to 93. Venue of joint action against heirs and devisees residing in different counties; penalty for neglect to perform duties required by Rule 103 i; expenses of postage and compensation for transmission, etc.; service on sheriff where there is no coroner; where service resisted by threats, violence or intimidation; service on Sunday or holiday; exceptions
Appendix V. BASES OF PERSONAL JURISDICTION OVER PERSONS OUTSIDE THIS STATE
§ 94 to 100. Bases of personal jurisdiction over persons outside this State



   
 
Repealed by Acts 1989, ch. 3, ¡ì 3, effective October 1, 1989.