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Sec. 52-185. Bond or recognizance for prosecution.
Sec. 52-186. Court may order bond.
Sec. 52-187. Member of community defending to give bond.
Sec. 52-188. Court may order bond by nonresident defendant in realty action.
Sec. 52-189. Surety company bond acceptable.
Sec. 52-190. Action on probate bond. Endorsement of writ.
Sec. 52-190a. Prior reasonable inquiry and certificate of good faith required in negligence action against a health care provider. Ninety-day extension of statute of limitations.
Sec. 52-190b. Designation of negligence action against health care provider as complex litigation case.
Sec. 52-191. Precedence of actions in favor of the state.
Sec. 52-191a. Precedence of certain actions involving zoning ordinances and regulations.
Sec. 52-191b. Precedence of proceedings involving planning commissions.
Sec. 52-191c. Precedence of actions involving terminally ill persons.
Sec. 52-192. Precedence of other cases in order of trial.
Sec. 52-192a. Offer of compromise by plaintiff. Acceptance by defendant. Amount and computation of interest.
Sec. 52-192b. Offers of judgment. Applicability.
Sec. 52-193. Offer of compromise by defendant.
Sec. 52-194. Acceptance of defendant's offer of compromise.
Sec. 52-195. Effect of failure to accept defendant's offer of compromise.
Sec. 52-195a. (Formerly Sec. 52-256). Unliquidated damages; tender.
Sec. 52-195b. Referral of civil action involving motor vehicle to alternative dispute resolution program. Expedited process case. Privileged case.
Sec. 52-195c. Time period for payment of settlement amount.
Sec. 52-196. Motion to continue or postpone.
Sec. 52-197. Motion for disclosure. Rules.
Sec. 52-197a.
Sec. 52-197b. Discovery outside country to be in accordance with treaty or convention or court order.
Sec. 52-198. Disclosure; examination of officer of corporation.
Sec. 52-199. Questions which need not be answered. Self-incrimination.
Sec. 52-200. Disclosure not conclusive.
Sec. 52-200a. Defendant's insurance liability policy limits and insurer's duty to indemnify subject to discovery.
Sec. 52-201. Action on nonnegotiable instruments; defense. Assignment.
Sec. 52-202.
Sec. 52-203. Demand for receipt not to vitiate a legal tender.
Sec. 52-204. Recovery of expenditures by husband or parent.
Sec. 52-205. Court may determine order in which issues shall be tried.
Sec. 52-206. Writings; admission of their execution.
Sec. 52-207. Defense based on Sunday contract.
Sec. 52-208. Reception of evidence objected to as inadmissible.
Sec. 52-209. Argument of counsel; time limit.
Sec. 52-210. Motion for nonsuit.
Sec. 52-211. Refusal to set aside nonsuit; appeal.
Sec. 52-212. Opening judgment upon default or nonsuit.
Sec. 52-212a. Civil judgment or decree opened or set aside within four months only.
Secs. 52-213 and 52-214. Justice of the peace to keep docket, entry fee. Jury in suit before justice of the peace.
Sec. 52-215. Dockets. Jury cases. Court cases.
Sec. 52-215a. Jury of six in civil actions.
Sec. 52-216. Deciding questions of law and of fact.
Sec. 52-216a. Reading of agreements or releases to jury prohibited. Adjustments for excessive and inadequate verdicts permitted.
Sec. 52-216b. Articulation to trier of fact of amount of damages claimed to be recoverable permitted.
Sec. 52-216c. Failure to call a witness. Jury instruction prohibited; argument by counsel permitted.
Sec. 52-217. Violation of statute by minor.
Sec. 52-218. Jury may try issues of fact in equitable action.
Sec. 52-219. Claim for damages and equitable relief; separate trials.
Sec. 52-220. Hearing in damages: When to jury.
Sec. 52-221. Hearing in damages: Evidence. Notice.
Sec. 52-221a. Hearing in damages: Proof of damages on defendant's failure to appear.
Sec. 52-222. Verdict by nine jurors.
Sec. 52-223. Jury may be three times returned to consider verdict.
Sec. 52-224. Special verdicts. Jury to assess damages.
Sec. 52-225. Judgment on verdict; assessment of damages when judgment rendered other than on verdict.
Sec. 52-225a. Reduction in economic damages in personal injury and wrongful death actions for collateral source payments.
Sec. 52-225b. "Collateral sources" defined.
Sec. 52-225c. Recovery of collateral source benefits prohibited.
Sec. 52-225d. Payment of damages in lump sum and periodic installments in personal injury, wrongful death and property damage actions.
Sec. 52-225e. Notice of settlement in excess of ten thousand dollars by insurer to claimant.
Sec. 52-225f. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights prior to October 1, 2003.
Sec. 52-225g. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Definitions.
Sec. 52-225h. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Required disclosures to payee.
Sec. 52-225i. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Approval.
Sec. 52-225j. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Effect.
Sec. 52-225k. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Procedure for approval.
Sec. 52-225l. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: General provisions.
Sec. 52-226. Trial to the court. Special finding.
Sec. 52-226a. Special finding that action or defense without merit and not in good faith.
Sec. 52-227. Judgment for or against some of the parties only.
Sec. 52-228. Judgment too large; remittitur; correction.
Sec. 52-228a. Appeal from order of remittitur or additur.
Sec. 52-228b. Setting aside of verdict in action claiming money damages.
Sec. 52-228c. Remittitur when noneconomic damages in negligence action against health care provider determined to be excessive.
Secs. 52-229 and 52-230. Continuance of cases on docket of Superior Court or Court of Common Pleas. Discontinuance of cases in Circuit Court.
Sec. 52-231. Facts on which judgments found to appear on record.
Sec. 52-231a. Filing of affidavit re other custody proceedings; visitation rights.
Sec. 52-231b. Entry of order or judgment or approval of settlement that prohibits or restricts disclosure of sexual abuse of minor prohibited.
Sec. 52-232. Judge to file memorandum of decision on demurrer.
Sec. 52-233. Certification of statutory appeals taken to a judge.
Sec. 52-234. Time for entering of justice appeals.
Sec. 52-235. Reservation of questions of law.
Sec. 52-235a. Declaratory judgment to determine orders of priorities.
Sec. 52-235b. Proceedings stayed if attorney unable to appear.
Sec. 52-235c. Referral to alternative dispute resolution program. Stay of proceedings in court.
Sec. 52-235d. Mediation. Disclosure.
Sec. 52-235e. Stay of proceedings in action against crime victim during pendency of criminal proceeding.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Connecticut > Title52 > Chap900

Sec. 52-185. Bond or recognizance for prosecution.
Sec. 52-186. Court may order bond.
Sec. 52-187. Member of community defending to give bond.
Sec. 52-188. Court may order bond by nonresident defendant in realty action.
Sec. 52-189. Surety company bond acceptable.
Sec. 52-190. Action on probate bond. Endorsement of writ.
Sec. 52-190a. Prior reasonable inquiry and certificate of good faith required in negligence action against a health care provider. Ninety-day extension of statute of limitations.
Sec. 52-190b. Designation of negligence action against health care provider as complex litigation case.
Sec. 52-191. Precedence of actions in favor of the state.
Sec. 52-191a. Precedence of certain actions involving zoning ordinances and regulations.
Sec. 52-191b. Precedence of proceedings involving planning commissions.
Sec. 52-191c. Precedence of actions involving terminally ill persons.
Sec. 52-192. Precedence of other cases in order of trial.
Sec. 52-192a. Offer of compromise by plaintiff. Acceptance by defendant. Amount and computation of interest.
Sec. 52-192b. Offers of judgment. Applicability.
Sec. 52-193. Offer of compromise by defendant.
Sec. 52-194. Acceptance of defendant's offer of compromise.
Sec. 52-195. Effect of failure to accept defendant's offer of compromise.
Sec. 52-195a. (Formerly Sec. 52-256). Unliquidated damages; tender.
Sec. 52-195b. Referral of civil action involving motor vehicle to alternative dispute resolution program. Expedited process case. Privileged case.
Sec. 52-195c. Time period for payment of settlement amount.
Sec. 52-196. Motion to continue or postpone.
Sec. 52-197. Motion for disclosure. Rules.
Sec. 52-197a.
Sec. 52-197b. Discovery outside country to be in accordance with treaty or convention or court order.
Sec. 52-198. Disclosure; examination of officer of corporation.
Sec. 52-199. Questions which need not be answered. Self-incrimination.
Sec. 52-200. Disclosure not conclusive.
Sec. 52-200a. Defendant's insurance liability policy limits and insurer's duty to indemnify subject to discovery.
Sec. 52-201. Action on nonnegotiable instruments; defense. Assignment.
Sec. 52-202.
Sec. 52-203. Demand for receipt not to vitiate a legal tender.
Sec. 52-204. Recovery of expenditures by husband or parent.
Sec. 52-205. Court may determine order in which issues shall be tried.
Sec. 52-206. Writings; admission of their execution.
Sec. 52-207. Defense based on Sunday contract.
Sec. 52-208. Reception of evidence objected to as inadmissible.
Sec. 52-209. Argument of counsel; time limit.
Sec. 52-210. Motion for nonsuit.
Sec. 52-211. Refusal to set aside nonsuit; appeal.
Sec. 52-212. Opening judgment upon default or nonsuit.
Sec. 52-212a. Civil judgment or decree opened or set aside within four months only.
Secs. 52-213 and 52-214. Justice of the peace to keep docket, entry fee. Jury in suit before justice of the peace.
Sec. 52-215. Dockets. Jury cases. Court cases.
Sec. 52-215a. Jury of six in civil actions.
Sec. 52-216. Deciding questions of law and of fact.
Sec. 52-216a. Reading of agreements or releases to jury prohibited. Adjustments for excessive and inadequate verdicts permitted.
Sec. 52-216b. Articulation to trier of fact of amount of damages claimed to be recoverable permitted.
Sec. 52-216c. Failure to call a witness. Jury instruction prohibited; argument by counsel permitted.
Sec. 52-217. Violation of statute by minor.
Sec. 52-218. Jury may try issues of fact in equitable action.
Sec. 52-219. Claim for damages and equitable relief; separate trials.
Sec. 52-220. Hearing in damages: When to jury.
Sec. 52-221. Hearing in damages: Evidence. Notice.
Sec. 52-221a. Hearing in damages: Proof of damages on defendant's failure to appear.
Sec. 52-222. Verdict by nine jurors.
Sec. 52-223. Jury may be three times returned to consider verdict.
Sec. 52-224. Special verdicts. Jury to assess damages.
Sec. 52-225. Judgment on verdict; assessment of damages when judgment rendered other than on verdict.
Sec. 52-225a. Reduction in economic damages in personal injury and wrongful death actions for collateral source payments.
Sec. 52-225b. "Collateral sources" defined.
Sec. 52-225c. Recovery of collateral source benefits prohibited.
Sec. 52-225d. Payment of damages in lump sum and periodic installments in personal injury, wrongful death and property damage actions.
Sec. 52-225e. Notice of settlement in excess of ten thousand dollars by insurer to claimant.
Sec. 52-225f. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights prior to October 1, 2003.
Sec. 52-225g. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Definitions.
Sec. 52-225h. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Required disclosures to payee.
Sec. 52-225i. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Approval.
Sec. 52-225j. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Effect.
Sec. 52-225k. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Procedure for approval.
Sec. 52-225l. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: General provisions.
Sec. 52-226. Trial to the court. Special finding.
Sec. 52-226a. Special finding that action or defense without merit and not in good faith.
Sec. 52-227. Judgment for or against some of the parties only.
Sec. 52-228. Judgment too large; remittitur; correction.
Sec. 52-228a. Appeal from order of remittitur or additur.
Sec. 52-228b. Setting aside of verdict in action claiming money damages.
Sec. 52-228c. Remittitur when noneconomic damages in negligence action against health care provider determined to be excessive.
Secs. 52-229 and 52-230. Continuance of cases on docket of Superior Court or Court of Common Pleas. Discontinuance of cases in Circuit Court.
Sec. 52-231. Facts on which judgments found to appear on record.
Sec. 52-231a. Filing of affidavit re other custody proceedings; visitation rights.
Sec. 52-231b. Entry of order or judgment or approval of settlement that prohibits or restricts disclosure of sexual abuse of minor prohibited.
Sec. 52-232. Judge to file memorandum of decision on demurrer.
Sec. 52-233. Certification of statutory appeals taken to a judge.
Sec. 52-234. Time for entering of justice appeals.
Sec. 52-235. Reservation of questions of law.
Sec. 52-235a. Declaratory judgment to determine orders of priorities.
Sec. 52-235b. Proceedings stayed if attorney unable to appear.
Sec. 52-235c. Referral to alternative dispute resolution program. Stay of proceedings in court.
Sec. 52-235d. Mediation. Disclosure.
Sec. 52-235e. Stay of proceedings in action against crime victim during pendency of criminal proceeding.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Connecticut > Title52 > Chap900

Sec. 52-185. Bond or recognizance for prosecution.
Sec. 52-186. Court may order bond.
Sec. 52-187. Member of community defending to give bond.
Sec. 52-188. Court may order bond by nonresident defendant in realty action.
Sec. 52-189. Surety company bond acceptable.
Sec. 52-190. Action on probate bond. Endorsement of writ.
Sec. 52-190a. Prior reasonable inquiry and certificate of good faith required in negligence action against a health care provider. Ninety-day extension of statute of limitations.
Sec. 52-190b. Designation of negligence action against health care provider as complex litigation case.
Sec. 52-191. Precedence of actions in favor of the state.
Sec. 52-191a. Precedence of certain actions involving zoning ordinances and regulations.
Sec. 52-191b. Precedence of proceedings involving planning commissions.
Sec. 52-191c. Precedence of actions involving terminally ill persons.
Sec. 52-192. Precedence of other cases in order of trial.
Sec. 52-192a. Offer of compromise by plaintiff. Acceptance by defendant. Amount and computation of interest.
Sec. 52-192b. Offers of judgment. Applicability.
Sec. 52-193. Offer of compromise by defendant.
Sec. 52-194. Acceptance of defendant's offer of compromise.
Sec. 52-195. Effect of failure to accept defendant's offer of compromise.
Sec. 52-195a. (Formerly Sec. 52-256). Unliquidated damages; tender.
Sec. 52-195b. Referral of civil action involving motor vehicle to alternative dispute resolution program. Expedited process case. Privileged case.
Sec. 52-195c. Time period for payment of settlement amount.
Sec. 52-196. Motion to continue or postpone.
Sec. 52-197. Motion for disclosure. Rules.
Sec. 52-197a.
Sec. 52-197b. Discovery outside country to be in accordance with treaty or convention or court order.
Sec. 52-198. Disclosure; examination of officer of corporation.
Sec. 52-199. Questions which need not be answered. Self-incrimination.
Sec. 52-200. Disclosure not conclusive.
Sec. 52-200a. Defendant's insurance liability policy limits and insurer's duty to indemnify subject to discovery.
Sec. 52-201. Action on nonnegotiable instruments; defense. Assignment.
Sec. 52-202.
Sec. 52-203. Demand for receipt not to vitiate a legal tender.
Sec. 52-204. Recovery of expenditures by husband or parent.
Sec. 52-205. Court may determine order in which issues shall be tried.
Sec. 52-206. Writings; admission of their execution.
Sec. 52-207. Defense based on Sunday contract.
Sec. 52-208. Reception of evidence objected to as inadmissible.
Sec. 52-209. Argument of counsel; time limit.
Sec. 52-210. Motion for nonsuit.
Sec. 52-211. Refusal to set aside nonsuit; appeal.
Sec. 52-212. Opening judgment upon default or nonsuit.
Sec. 52-212a. Civil judgment or decree opened or set aside within four months only.
Secs. 52-213 and 52-214. Justice of the peace to keep docket, entry fee. Jury in suit before justice of the peace.
Sec. 52-215. Dockets. Jury cases. Court cases.
Sec. 52-215a. Jury of six in civil actions.
Sec. 52-216. Deciding questions of law and of fact.
Sec. 52-216a. Reading of agreements or releases to jury prohibited. Adjustments for excessive and inadequate verdicts permitted.
Sec. 52-216b. Articulation to trier of fact of amount of damages claimed to be recoverable permitted.
Sec. 52-216c. Failure to call a witness. Jury instruction prohibited; argument by counsel permitted.
Sec. 52-217. Violation of statute by minor.
Sec. 52-218. Jury may try issues of fact in equitable action.
Sec. 52-219. Claim for damages and equitable relief; separate trials.
Sec. 52-220. Hearing in damages: When to jury.
Sec. 52-221. Hearing in damages: Evidence. Notice.
Sec. 52-221a. Hearing in damages: Proof of damages on defendant's failure to appear.
Sec. 52-222. Verdict by nine jurors.
Sec. 52-223. Jury may be three times returned to consider verdict.
Sec. 52-224. Special verdicts. Jury to assess damages.
Sec. 52-225. Judgment on verdict; assessment of damages when judgment rendered other than on verdict.
Sec. 52-225a. Reduction in economic damages in personal injury and wrongful death actions for collateral source payments.
Sec. 52-225b. "Collateral sources" defined.
Sec. 52-225c. Recovery of collateral source benefits prohibited.
Sec. 52-225d. Payment of damages in lump sum and periodic installments in personal injury, wrongful death and property damage actions.
Sec. 52-225e. Notice of settlement in excess of ten thousand dollars by insurer to claimant.
Sec. 52-225f. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights prior to October 1, 2003.
Sec. 52-225g. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Definitions.
Sec. 52-225h. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Required disclosures to payee.
Sec. 52-225i. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Approval.
Sec. 52-225j. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Effect.
Sec. 52-225k. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: Procedure for approval.
Sec. 52-225l. Transfer of structured settlement payment rights: General provisions.
Sec. 52-226. Trial to the court. Special finding.
Sec. 52-226a. Special finding that action or defense without merit and not in good faith.
Sec. 52-227. Judgment for or against some of the parties only.
Sec. 52-228. Judgment too large; remittitur; correction.
Sec. 52-228a. Appeal from order of remittitur or additur.
Sec. 52-228b. Setting aside of verdict in action claiming money damages.
Sec. 52-228c. Remittitur when noneconomic damages in negligence action against health care provider determined to be excessive.
Secs. 52-229 and 52-230. Continuance of cases on docket of Superior Court or Court of Common Pleas. Discontinuance of cases in Circuit Court.
Sec. 52-231. Facts on which judgments found to appear on record.
Sec. 52-231a. Filing of affidavit re other custody proceedings; visitation rights.
Sec. 52-231b. Entry of order or judgment or approval of settlement that prohibits or restricts disclosure of sexual abuse of minor prohibited.
Sec. 52-232. Judge to file memorandum of decision on demurrer.
Sec. 52-233. Certification of statutory appeals taken to a judge.
Sec. 52-234. Time for entering of justice appeals.
Sec. 52-235. Reservation of questions of law.
Sec. 52-235a. Declaratory judgment to determine orders of priorities.
Sec. 52-235b. Proceedings stayed if attorney unable to appear.
Sec. 52-235c. Referral to alternative dispute resolution program. Stay of proceedings in court.
Sec. 52-235d. Mediation. Disclosure.
Sec. 52-235e. Stay of proceedings in action against crime victim during pendency of criminal proceeding.

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