The Code of Procedure of the State of Wisconsin; As Passed by the Legislature in 1856, and Amended in 1857-58-59, with an Appendix

The Code of Procedure of the State of Wisconsin; As Passed by the Legislature in 1856, and Amended in 1857-58-59, with an Appendix : Containing the Rules of the Supreme and Circuit Courts, the Time of Holding the Terms of Court in the

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 edition. Excerpt: ...'-Trial by Referees. Sncrron 180. All issues referable by consent. 182. Mode of trial. Effect of report. 183. Referees, how chosen. 1s0. o. 132. 22. H. a V. 0. 270. All issues referable by consent.. All or any of the issues in the action, whether of fact or law, or both, may be referred, upon the written consent of the parties. 1s2. o. 132. 23. H. at v. o. 272. Mode of Trial. Efiect-of report. _ The trial by referees shall be conducted in the same man-ner as a trial by the court. They shall have the same power to grant adjournments, and to allow amendments to any pleadings, as the court upon such trial, upon the same terms and with the like effect. They shall also have the same power to preserve order, and punish all violations thereof, upon such trial, and to compel the attendance of witnesses before' them, by attachment, and to punish them as ior'_a contempt for non-attendance, or refusal to be sworn or testify, as is possessed by the court; and they shall give to the parties, or their attorneys, at least eight days notice of the time and place of trial; they must state the facts found, and conclusions of law separately, and report their findings, together with all the evidence taken by them, and all exceptions taken on the hearing, to the circuit court, and the circuit court may review such report, and on motion may. enter judgment thereon, or set aside, alter, or modify the same, and enter judgment upon the same, so altered or modified, and may require the referees to amend their report when necessary. The judgment so entered by the circuit court, may be appealed from, to the supreme court, in like manner as judgment upon motions for a new trial, and the report of the referees shall...show more

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