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OF THE JURISDICTION OF TRIAL JUSTICES.
4. May issue subpænas for witnesses. 9. Jurisdiction sustained if property
attached in the State.
3. Against two or more defendants of son, except in rem.
is) What constitutes a promissory
town in which he is elected.
(1) Service by deputy valid.
in any town in the county.
10. Penalty for neglecting to pay mon.
(1) Demand must be alleged to sus- (2) Declarations by and against sur
tain an action on a note payable viving parties, executors and ad.
on demand, in the alternative.
ministrators, how made.
(u) A note payable in specific arti. (a) Declarations in debt on judg-
cles not suable in the name of the
(6) Dec arations in trespass.
(v) A note signed by two or more (c) What constitutes trespass on
contains a joint promise by all. personal property.
W) Declarations on debt on simple 9. Indorsement of writ. (ment.
(d) What is a sufficient indorse-
(2) Declarations on debt on bonds. (e) Same.
ly) Declaration if bond is lost or 10. When new indorser may be re-
WHO MAY SERVE WRITS.
1. Duty of sheriff and deputies to serve
writs and precepts.
(a) Deputy may serve on a bank in
which he is a stockholder.
(6) The word “precept” includes
tion on his deputy.
2. Duty and liability of sheriffs and
deputies on ceasing to hold office.
8 Duty of coroners to serve writs and
writs and precepts is special.
3. (a) Deputy may serve on another
4. Authority and duty of constable in
(h) Municipal officer's signature on
bond not necessary for his pres-
(i) May serve process on any one
in his town.
damages for flowing lands.
(k) May serve a writ not directed
OF THE SERVICE OF WRITS, AND OTHER PROCESSES.
1. Separate summons to be left when
attachment is made.
2. Of justice writs.
(a) Time, how computed.
(c) Against two defendants.
(d) Delivery of summons.
(e) One on an agent of resident
temporarily absent, invalid.
(f) Must be according to precept.
4. On a county, town, or other corpo-
5. On non-residents.
dents, service on plaintiff's attor-
8. Want or defect of service, bow
(h) Where made.
9. When made.
-y be re-
2. Hay, horses, and neat-cattle attach- 17. Right by priority in case of sale
ed, and security taken for safe- preserved.
solve attachment, except alterna- tached may be disposed of.
(w) Of property owned by tenants
(x) Of a copartner's share.
on discharging attachment.
4. Of property in different counties. notice before bringing an action.
23. Officer to give claimant notice of
attachment. How claimant may
mals, or goods liable to perish. 33. On death of an officer, the party in
interest may prosecute or defend.
(8) A sale before four days unau-
12. Property to be delivered to debtor
(5) When such attachment suffi-
cient to sustain a levy upon the
estate in fee.
mand is set forth in proper counts,
and return is made to register of
deeds. Duty of register.
15. Proceedings, if property is not de-
livered to debtor.
16. Proceeds of property liable to fur-
Officer's return must be attested
e compa .
38. Plaintiff entitled to a statement of 45. Descends to children free from
debt till youngest is eighteen years
46. Burying-grounds exempt.
39 Statute exemptions.
(P) Corn and grain of a person 49. Dissolved by final judgment, and
in other ways.
(d) By amendment of the writ.
with an alternative clause.
(0) Neither is a peg machine.
lution of an attachment on margin
by a temporary suspending the courts.
(5) Dissolved otherwise than as
(W) A bull used for work, exempt. the S. J. C. for valuation and re-
When right to elect is waived. lease.
(2) Liability of officer in attaching 54. Petition, proceedings, and certifi-
cate of clerk being recorded, va-
41. Proceedings to procure such ex- 55. Attachment of personal property.
(1) How made.
9. Of a debtor about to leave the State,
1. When it may be made.
(i) The oath and certificate.
2. Electors exempt from, on election (j) Form of certificate.
10. Disclosure, how made.
3. No process to be served on Lord's (2) Duty of officer to detain debtor
(c) Detention for the purpose of 11. Notice of disclosure to be given to
(d) Where made.
12. Justices may adjourn.
13. Mode of making disclosure.
(J') Who may be arrested.
14. Lien on property disclosed, how
(g) Ambassadors, foreign minis- preserved.
ters, and their servants exempt. 15. Persons arrested may give bond to
4. Electors exempt from, on election disclose in a certain time after
(1) Parties to a suit, witnesses, and (1) Bond may be given in actions
of assumpsit or tort.
(m) When bond is void.
(0) If plaintiff dies within thirty
7. Married women exempt.
days after judgment, defendant
8. On what process a person may be
may disclose when.