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Title (1892) General Index to the Statutes of Utah
Subject Law
Description (1892) The Thirtieth Legislature in 1892 appointed a committee to index the 1888 Compiled laws and the session laws of 1890 and 1892. References to the 1888 Compiled Laws are made to paragraph numbers, with later amendments indicated in parentheses. Laws added in 1890 and 1892 are indicated by year and page number in the session law.
Creator Compiled by Authority of the Thirtieth Legislative Assembly
Date 1892
Type Text
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Holding Institution S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah, South 1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0730
Source Physical Dimensions 15 cm x 23.5cm
Metadata Cataloger Kelly Taylor
Scanning Technician Amanda Wilson
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Setname uu_law_uschs
Date Created 2005-11-18
Date Modified 2006-01-25
ID 718157
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6mp5410

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Title Index_page_200
Description :2OO GENERAL INDEX TO THE LAWS OF UTAH. . JUSTICE OF THE PEACE-{Continued.) ' sec. docket, and papers to be delivered to successor................... 8619 ¦-.."¦ where deposited when office vacated..................... 3620 ; ¦ ' ¦' who may issue execution.................................. 3607, 3621 successor to...........................................3622 . jurisdiction of successor.......................... 3620 when probate judge to decide who is successor.................. 3623 subpoenas and final process run to any part of counties, exceptions • ..............................".......................3553, 3624 blanks to be filled in all papers but subpoenas, otherwise void..... 8625 justice to receive money collected and pay same to party entitled to receive................................................. 3626 who may act during temporary disabilty of...................... 3627 security for costs or deposit..................................... 3628 only certain provisions of the code applicable................... 3630 deposit in lieu of undertaking............... ................... cG31 new trial in justice's court, on what grounds.................... 3655 application for, how made.............................. 3556 appeals..................,............(Vol. 1, p. 44, 57, 104, 641) 3657 may be taken in what time......'..............(1892, p. 45) 3657 undertaking on.......................................... 36G0 cases on, heard anew.................................... 3658 practice in the District Court to be regulated by the District Court................................................ 3658 amendments to pleadings in District Court................ ;¦ 658 return of justice....................................... 3659 / benefit of legal objections made in justice's court........ . 3659 stay of proceedings how effected.......................... 3661 parties not served, summoned after judgment.................... 3662 what summons to contain.................... 3663 parties not served, etc.: new complaint not necessary........... 3663 affidayit to accompany summons that the judgment or some part is unsatisfied.... 3664 * answer to be filed and what to contain..... 8605 what constitutes the pleadings in such pro-- ceedings............................... 3666 how issue tried.................7......... 3667 jurisdiction of offences against statute relative to mining claims.. 2791 may take acknowledgments of deeds........................... 2626 proceedings in civil code not the same as in criminal.............. 5393 one hour allowed for appearance................................ 3555 parties may appear in person orjby attorney..................... 3547 non-suit................................. ...................... 3595 judgment by default..................................... ..3577,3578 setting aside judgment.......................................... 3564 criminal prosecution before: jurisdiction extends to limits of county...... 58S.J complaint what to contain.................. 5305
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Source Original Book: General Index to the Statutes of Utah
Setname uu_law_uschs
Date Created 2005-11-18
Date Modified 2005-11-18
ID 717956
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6mp5410/717956