The Revised Laws of the State of Oklahoma; Embracing All Laws from 1890 to 1910, Inclusive, Now in Force ...

The Revised Laws of the State of Oklahoma; Embracing All Laws from 1890 to 1910, Inclusive, Now in Force ...

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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. 1911 edition. Excerpt: ...to set aside the sale may be instituted and maintained at any time within three years from the discovery of the fraud or other grounds upon which the action is based. History: Approved December 22, 1890. Sec. 5856, Dak. Code 1887; sec. 1453, Okla. Stats. 1890; sec. 1378, Stats. 1893; sec. 1687, Stats. 1903. California, see. 1573, Code Civ. Proc., similar. 1. ALL SALES lNCLUDED.--The period of 2. Invalid uale.--This section does not HP" limitation runs against all sales, whether ply where the sale was invalid and the D117' valid, voidabie, or void. Harlan vs. Peck, 33 chaser had never gone into possession. G389 Cal. 515; McNeil vs. Congregational Society, vs. Downey, 94 Cal. 241, 29 Pac. Rep. 635. 66 Cal. 11, 4 Pac. Rep. 1096. Sec. 7247. THREE YEARS LIMITATION NOT APPLICABLE TO MINORS.--The preceding section shall not apply to minors, or others under any legal disability to sue at the time when the right of action first accrues; but all such per sons may commence an action at any time within three years after the removal of the disability. History: Approved December 22, 1890. Sec. 5857, Dak. Code 1887; sec. 1454, Okla. Stats. 1890; sec. 1379, Stats. 1893; sec. 1688, Stats. 1903. Sec. 7248. SALES RETURNED AT NEXT TERM OF COURT THEREAFTER--VERIFIED.---Vhen a sale has been made by an executor or administrator, of any property of the estate, real or personal, he must return to the county court, at its next term thereafter, an account of sales, verified by his aflidavit. If he neglect to make such return, he may be punished by attachment. or his letters may be revoked, one day's notice having been first given him to appear and show cause why such attachment should not issue or such revocation should not be made. History: ...show more

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