The Revised Statutes of the Territory of Nebraska, in Force July 1, 1866, with Marginal Notes, Showing the Contents of Each Section, and a Full and Complete Index

The Revised Statutes of the Territory of Nebraska, in Force July 1, 1866, with Marginal Notes, Showing the Contents of Each Section, and a Full and Complete Index

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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. 1866 edition. Excerpt: ... be the duty of said officer forthwith to give notice in writing to some justice of the peace in the count, in which shall be set forth the names of the plainti and dcfendaiit together with the name of the claimant; and at the same time he shall furnish the said justice of the peace with a schedule of the property claimed. And it shall be the duty of such justice of the peace, iml1iO(ll'1tCl_)' upon the receipt of such notice and schedule, to make an entrv of the same upon his docket, and issue a writ of suniiiions; directed to the sherifi' or any constable of the county, commanding him to summon five disinterested men, having the qualifications of electors, who shall be named in said summons, to appear before him, the said justice, at the time and place therein mentioned, which time shall not be more than three days after the date of said writ, to try and determine the right of the claimant to the property in controversy. And it shall be the duty of the claimant to give two days notice in writing to the plaintiff or other party for whose benefit such execution was issued and levied as aforesaid, his agent or attorney, if within the county, of the time and place of such trial; and he shall, moreover, prove to the satisfaction of said justice that such notice was given, or that the same could not be given by reason of the absence of the party, his agent or attorney. SEO. 487. The jury summoned as aforesaid, shall be Same sworn to try and determine the right of the claimant to the pro erty in controversy, and a true verdict to give, according to t e evidence. If the jury shall find the right to sai goods and chattels, or any part thereof, to be in the claimant, they shall also find the value thereof, and the justice shall render...show more

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