The Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri; Revised and Digested by the Eighteenth General Assembly, During the Session of One Thousand Eight Hundr

The Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri; Revised and Digested by the Eighteenth General Assembly, During the Session of One Thousand Eight Hundr

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ...nonsuited, the defendant in error or appellee shall recover his costs; and if the judgment be reversed, the appellant or plaintiff in error shall recover his costs. Sec. 18.--Upon the plaintiff dismissing his suit, or defendant dismissing the same for want of prosecution, the defendant shall recover against the plaintiff his costs; and in all other cases, it shall be in the discretion of the court to award costs or not, except in those cases in which a different provision is made by law. Sec. 19.--In suits upon obligations, bonds, or other spe (-) Where a plaintiff has recovered judgment before a justice of the peace, and, on appeal to the circuit court, has judgment for a less sum, he is only liable for the costs of the appellate court, f illey -. Talbott, 18 MoRep., 416. (A) See, section 13 of article 9 of acts concerning justices' courts. If the appellant fail to prosecute his appeal, the judgment must be affirmed. (Martin v. White, 11 Mo. Rep., 214; Starr v. Stewart, 18 Mo. Rep-49' affirmed.) Milligan v. Dunn, 19 Mo. Rep., 013. Vide, State v. Thevenin, 19 iMo. Rep., 237. Chap. 40. cialties, or on contracts express or implied, made to or with the State, or the Governor thereof, or any other person to the use of the State, or to a county, or the use of a county, and not brought on the relation, or in behalf or for the use of any private person, if the plaintiff shall recover any debt or damages, costs shall also be recovered as in other cases; but if such plaintiff suffer a discontinuance, or be non-suited, or non prossed, or if a verdict shall be found in favor of the defendant, he shall recover his costs. Sec. 20.--In all such cases, the judgment against the State or county shall not be for costs generally, but the amount thereof...show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236639170
  • 9781236639172