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TABULAR STATEMENT

SHOWING THE SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE REPRE

SENTING THE REPEALED SECTIONS OF THE CODE OF PROCEDURE.

CODE OF PROCEDURE.

CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE. Section.

Section. 9. The several Courts of this State.....

............ 1-3 10. Their Jurisdiction generally .................................................. 4 11. Court of Appeals—its Jurisdiction..................................... 190, 192, 194 12. May reverse, affirm or modify Judgment, or order appealed from—its Judgment to be remitted to be enforced by the court below....

.... ...... 194, 1317 13. Terms of the Court.................... ...................................... 196 Preference of causes....

.... ...... 193 Second and subsequent Appeals ......

.... 195 Actions by State, State Officer or Board of State Officers......

791 sub. 3 Death of party pending action.......

.......... 791 sub. 5 14. 15. Court of appeals, provision as to rooms for, etc.... ....

... 31 16. Court may be adjourned to places other than those designated by law ........... 197

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23. Extraordinary general and special terms, and Oyer and Terminer, how appointed 234 24. Places of holding terms and the adjournments thereof................ 31, 34, 238, 239 25. Publication of appointment thereof ...... ...............

233 26. When Judges not assigned may hold the courts.....

235 27. Duties of Judges as to business out of court........... .................... 26, 235 28. Rooms, fuel, etc., how furnished.... ...................... 29. 30. County Courts, their jurisdiction............................. 340, 342, 348, 350, 1340 31. Terms of county court, when held............................................

355 Notice to be published ......

356 32. Jurors therefor ; how drawn and summoned ................

357 33. Jurisdiction of the Superior Court and Court of Common Pleas in the City of New York, other courts omitted ........

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Section. 35. General and Special Terms of the Superior Court and Common Pleas to be ap

pointed ........ 36. By whom held.... ......

.......................... 281, 37. 38. Concurrence of two Judges necessary at General Term............. .... 39. Criers, how appointed, salaries how fixed.... ....... 40. New York City Superior Court, of whom to consist...

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45. Powers of Judges and their salaries ............

............... 267, 268 46. Terms of New York Superior Court and by whom held .................... 280, 282 47.

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74. Time of commencing civil actions ..........

....... 380, 413 75. When the people will not sue ...................... 76. When action cannot be brought by grantee from the state........

303 77. When actions by the people or their grantees to be brought within twenty years 364 78. Seizin within twenty years, when necessary in action for real property.......... 79. Seizin within twenty years, when necessary in action or defense founded on title

to, or rents of real pi'operty .............................................. 80. Action must be commenced within one year after entry, or within twenty years

after right of entry ....... 81. Possession when presumed ; occupation deemed under legal title, unless adverse 368 82. Occupation under written instrument or judginent, when deemed adverse........ 369 83. What constitutes adverse possession, under written instrument or judgment..... 84. Premises, actually occupied, under claim of title, deemed to be held adversely .... 85. What constitutes adverse possession under claim of title not written....

372 86. Relation of landlord and tenant, as affecting adverse possession .............

373 87. Right of possession not affected by descent cast. .......................... 88. Certain disabilities excluded from time to commence actions.... ..... 89. Periods of limitation for actions other than for the recovery of real property

scribed. .......................... 90. Within twenty years upon judgment or decree...

Upon a sealed instrument....... 91. Within six years... 92. Within three years............ 93. Within two years. ............. 94. Within one year....... 95. When cause of action accrues in an action upon a current account... 96. Actions for penalties.... 97. Actions for relief, not before provided for ...... 98. Actions by the people, subject to the same limitations... 99. When actions deemed to have been commenced.... 100. Exception when defendant is out of the state. .... 101. Exception as to persons under disabilities....

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Section. 102. Provision, when person entitled dies before limitation expires....... Provision relating to death of party liable. ........

.... 391, 403 103. In suits by aliens, time of war to be deducted.... 104. Provision when judgment has b en reversed............

........ 405 105. Time of stay of action by injunction or statutory prohibition to be deducted ...... 406 106. Disability must exist when right of action accrued. ............................. 408 107. Where two or more disabilities, limitation does not attach until all are removed.. 409 108. Limitations not applicable to bills, etc., of corporations, or to bank notes. ........ 393 109. Limitations not applicable to directors or stockholders of moneyed corporations or

banking associations ; limitations in such cases prescribed ............ ...... 394 110. Acknowledgment or new promise must be in writing........

395 113. Executor or trustee may sue without the person beneficially interested.... ...... 449 114. W hen married woman is party, her husband to be joined in action, except, etc... 115. Infants to appear in actions by guardian .............. .................... 472 116. G u ardians, how appointed.............. ........................... 470, 471, 473 117. W h o may be joined as plaintiffs. ............................. ................ 446 119. Those who are united in interest must be joined as plaintiffs or defendants ...... 448 120. Persons severally liable on the same obligation or instrument may all or any of

them be joined in the same action at option of plaintiff.... ................... 454 121. Action, when not to abate by death, marriage or other disability, etc.; proceed

ings in such case.............................. 755, 756, 757, 761, 764, 1298, 1376 122. Court, when to decide controversy, or to order the parties to be brought in.. 452, 820 123. Certain actions to be tried where the subject or some part thereof is situated.... 982,

983, 987 124. Other actions to be tried where the cause or some part thereof arose.........983, 987 125. Other actions, according to the residence of the parties. ...... .............

984 126. Actions, in what county triable................

..... 985, 986, 987, 988 127. Actions how commenced.................................. .............. 416 128. Summons, requisites of ...............

417 129. Notice to be inserted in the summons, in certain actions.......

.... 418, 419 130. Complaint need not be served with summons; in such case, what to be stated in summons, and proceedings thereon....

... ...... 419, 479, 520 131. Defendant nnreasonably defending, when to pay costs.... .......

............ 423 133. Summons, by whom served ..................

425 Summons, how served and returned................................... 426, 431, 432 15. Publication of, when defendant cannot be found........... 438, 439, 440, 442, 445, 451 136. Proceedings, when there are several defendants, and part, only, served. ........ 456 151. When service deemed complete in case of publication .............. ........... 138. Service of summons, how proved ...

....434, 444 139. Jurisdiction of action, when acquired.....

424 140. Pleadings, form of abolished........

518 141. 141. Complaint, to be first pleading.......

........, 142. Complaint, what to contain............

481, 143. 3. Defendant to demur or answer...........

487, 520 14. When the defendant may demur. .......

.... 488 1989. Demurrer must specify grounds of objection to complaint..

490, 492 Proceeding, if complaint be amended. .... ........................ 543, 1219 Objection not appearing in complaint may be taken by answer..

498 Objections, when deemed waived. ..........................

499 Answer, what to contain. ......................................

500 May set forth as many grounds of defense as exist.........

501, 507 Demurrer as to some causes of action, and answer as to others.... ......

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Section. 152. Sham defenses to be stricken out......

538 153. Reply, when to be put in, what to contain ..................... 154. When defendant may move for judgment upon an answer

515 155. Demurrer to reply ......... .............

............ 493 156. Subscription to, and verification of pleadings.....

523 157. Verification of pleadings.......

........ 523, 525, 526 158. How to state an account in pleading .................

...... 531 159. Pleadings to be liberally construed ................

519 160. Irrelevant or redundant matter to be stricken out.. 161. Judgments, how pleaded.........

532 162. Conditions precedent, how pleaded....

534 163. Private statutes, how pleaded ..

530 164. Libel and slander, how stated in complaint ..........

535 165. Answer in such cases...........................

536 167. What causes of action may be joined in the same action......

484 168. Allegations not denied, when to be deemed true., ... 169. Material variances, how provided for... 170. Immaterial variances, how provided for..

540 171. What to be deemed a variance...

541 172. Amendments of course ............

..... 497 543 173. Amendments by the court...............

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723 174. Amendment after dem urrer...........

783 175. Suing a party by a fictitious name, when allowed...

451 176. No error or defect to be regarded, unless it affects substantial rights........ 723 177. Supplemental complaint, answer and reply.... ..... 178. No person to be arrested, except as prescribed by this act....

548 179. Cases in which defendant may be arrested.......

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550, 553 180. Order for arrest, by whom made ..............

.......... 556 181. Affidavit to obtain order; to what actions this chapter applicable................ 557 182. Security by plaintiff before order for arrest...

..... 559, 812 183. Order, when made, and its form .......

...........551, 558, 561, 566, 567 184. Affidavit and order to be delivered to sheriff, and copy to defendants ....... 562 185. Arrest, how made......

............ 104, 563 186. Defendant to be discharged on bail or deposit..,

............ 573 187. Bail, how given ......

575 188-189. Surrender of defendant......

... 591, 592, 190. Bail, how proceeded against .......

5.96 191. Bail, bow exonerated. ........................

............... 601 192. Delivery of undertaking to plaintiff, and its acceptance or rejection by him ...... 577 193. Notice of justification ; new undertaking of other bail...

578 194. Qualifications of bail.....

579 195–196. Justification and allowance of bail....

580, 581 197. Deposit of money with sheriff...............

582 198. Payment of money into court by sheriff..........

583 199. Substituting bail for deposit.....

584 200. Money deposited, how applied or disposed of.........

585 201. Sheriff when liable as bail, and his discharge from liability

587 202. Proceedings on judgment against sheriff. ........

588 203. Bail liable to sheriff.... ................................

589 204. Motion to vacate order of arrest, or reduce bail......

567 205. Affidavits on motion .............

568 218. Writ of injunction abolished, and order substituted....

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Section. 219. Injunction, in what cases granted ........................................ 603, 220. At what time it may be granted ........

.... ...... 607, 608, 610 221. Notice, when required ; temporary injunction........

............ 609 222. Security upon injunction ; damages. how ascertained ...... ...... 620, 623 223. Order to show cause why injunction should not be granted... ........... 609 225. Motion to vacate or modify injunction ...........

627 226. Affidavits on motion......................................................... 227. Property of foreign corporations and of non-resident, or absconding or concealed defendants, may be attached ...........

.........635, 636, 638 228. Warrant of, by whom granted ................................................ 638 229. In what cases warrants may be granted...........

... 636, 637, 639 230. Security on obtaining warrant........................ 231. Warrant, to whom directed and what to require.........

......... 641 232. Mode of proceeding in executing warrant.... ...............

644, 655, 674 233. Proceedings in case of perishable property or vessels .............. .. 656, 660, 666 234. Interest in corporations or associations liable to attachment..

647 235. Attachment, how executed on property incapable of manual delivery ............ 649 236. Certificate of defendant's interest to be furnished by corporation .............650, 651 237. Judgment, how satisfied .............................. ..............647, 708 238. When action to recover notes, etc., of defendant may be prosecuted by plaintiff in the action in which the attachment issued......

.............. 677–680 239. Bond to sheriff on attachment, property or bond, how. disposed of, on judgment for defendant ......

.......... 709, 710 240. Discharge of attachment and return of property, or its proceeds, to defendant on his appearance in action.....

.....................687, 689, 709 241. Undertaking on the part of the defendant ...... ...... 682, 683, 686, 688, 689, 690, 691 242. When sheriff to return warrant and proceedings thereon.....

.......... 712 244. Powers of court as to receivers, deposit of money, etc., in court, and other provisional remedies ..

.....511, 713, 717, 718 245. Judgment, what................

...... 1200 246. Judgment on failure of defendant to answer, 512, 1212, 1213, 1214, 1215, 1216, 1217,

1218, 1219 247. Judgment on frivolous demurrer, answer, or reply .................. 248. The different kinds of issues. ... es..................

963 249. Issue of law.....

964 250. Issue of fact.....................................................

964 251. On issues of both law and fact, the issue of law to be first tried. ......

966 252. Trial, what............

965 253. Issue of fact to be tried by jury, unless waived or reference ordered. ........968, 969 254. Other issues to be tried by the court.. .......

.............. 969, 972 255. All issues to be tried before a single judge................................ 976, 979 256. Either party may give notice of trial; note of issue, provisions as to stenographer,

83, 86, 251, 252, 253, 262, 289, 290, 977 980 257. Order of disposing of issues on the calendar......................

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978 258. Either party may bring issue to trial. .....

.......... 967, 980 259. Plaintiff to furnish court with copy summons, pleadings, etc.... .......,

981 260. General and special verdicts, defined.................

.... 1186 261. Form of verdict in special cases .............................................. 1187 262. On special finding, with general verdict, former to control....... ............... 1188 263. In action for the recovery of money only, jury to assess damages........ 503, 504, 1183 264. Entry of verdict...........

.... 995, 997, 999, 1189 265. Judgment when to be entered...................... 1000, 1002, 1185, 1233, 1234, 1339

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