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13-3-1 - Provisions of chapter applicable to all courts.
13-3-3 - Style and date of process.
13-3-5 - The summons.
13-3-7 - through 13-3-13. Repealed.
13-3-15 - Separate or additional summons; attachment against estate of defendant.
13-3-17 - Substitution of parties in case of death of party.
13-3-19 - through 13-3-23. Repealed.
13-3-25 - Summons by publication for unknown heirs and unknown defendants.
13-3-27 - Publication of summons.
13-3-29 - Repealed.
13-3-31 - Publication; requirements and procedures.
13-3-32 - Publication - in what newspaper - presumption of continued qualification.
13-3-33 - through 13-3-35. Repealed.
13-3-37 - Sheriff to mark and return process.
13-3-39 - Repealed.
13-3-41 - Service on one carrying on business in state by or through trustee or attorney in fact.
13-3-43 - through 13-3-47. Repealed.
13-3-49 - Service when defendant is a corporation.
13-3-51 - Repealed.
13-3-53 - Service on one of several executors or administrators.
13-3-55 - Suits by or against partnerships; service on one of several partners.
13-3-57 - Service on nonresident business not qualified to do business in state; survival of cause of action in case of death or inability to act; service on nonresident executor, administrator, etc.
13-3-59 - through 13-3-61. Repealed.
13-3-63 - Service when defendant is nonresident motorist; appointment of secretary of state as agent.
13-3-65 - through 13-3-67. Repealed.
13-3-69 - Process not void for certain defects.
13-3-71 - Repealed.
13-3-73 - Plaintiff's options when sheriff kept off by force.
13-3-75 - Return of alias where first writ served.
13-3-77 - Process may be executed by an officer out of his county.
13-3-79 - Repealed.
13-3-81 - When justice court judge may execute process.
13-3-83 - Service of notices, summonses, subpoenas, orders, pleadings, motions, etc.
13-3-85 - Notice by summons of motions against officers for neglect of duty.
13-3-87 - Return of officer may be questioned by parties.
13-3-89 - Repealed.
13-3-91 - Reversal, on appeal by defendant, for want of service or defective service as an appearance.
13-3-93 - Subpoenas for witnesses.
13-3-95 - through 13-3-101. Repealed.
13-3-103 - Attachment for non-appearing subpoenaed witness.
13-3-105 - Subpoenaed witness to attend until discharged; scire facias for defaulters.
13-3-107 - Settlement of certain civil suits; notice to be given to subpoenaed witnesses and effect of failure to do so.
13-3-109 - Issuance of process by supreme court and its return.
13-3-111 - Time when executions shall be issued.
13-3-113 - Issuance, execution, and return of executions.
13-3-115 - Issuance of subsequent execution.
13-3-117 - Issuance of execution against several defendants.
13-3-119 - Effect of death of one or more of several defendants before issuance of execution.
13-3-121 - Execution for costs of supreme court.
13-3-123 - Levy of writs of execution and attachments - on land.
13-3-125 - Levy of writs of execution and attachments - on personalty.
13-3-127 - Levy of writs of execution and attachments - on choses in action.
13-3-129 - Levy of writs of execution and attachments - on corporate stock and the like.
13-3-131 - Levy of writs of execution and attachments - on interest of partners or co-owners.
13-3-133 - Money, banknotes, judgments and the like may be levied on; endorsement and negotiation of seized instruments; proceeds to be applied against judgment debtor's obligations.
13-3-135 - Purchaser's title to certain interests of defendant sold under execution or attachment.
13-3-137 - Growing crop shall not be levied upon.
13-3-139 - Lien of executions, and priority thereof.
13-3-141 - Officer to care for property and allowed expenses.
13-3-143 - Manner by which personal representative or successor thereof of plaintiff may have execution.
13-3-145 - Effect of death of one or more of several plaintiffs before issuance of execution.
13-3-147 - Assignee of a judgment may have execution.
13-3-149 - Effect of death of party after execution issued.
13-3-151 - Execution issued against dead defendant.
13-3-153 - Motion to revive judgment.
13-3-155 - Execution and garnishment on certain judgments and decrees of other courts may be issued by clerk.
13-3-157 - When a bond of indemnity shall be required.
13-3-159 - Remedy on bond of indemnity.
13-3-161 - Where sales under execution or other process are to be made.
13-3-163 - When sales of land may be made; advertising of sale.
13-3-165 - When sales of personalty may be made; advertising of sale.
13-3-167 - Sale of perishable goods.
13-3-169 - Hours and mode of sale.
13-3-171 - Lands to be sold to be offered in subdivisions and as an entirety.
13-3-173 - Sale may be adjourned or continued from day to day.
13-3-175 - Venditioni exponas.
13-3-177 - Venditioni exponas to issue when officer taking property dies.
13-3-179 - Procedure to be followed where property is not delivered by representatives of deceased officer taking property.
13-3-181 - Duty of officer to examine judgment-roll; priority of liens.
13-3-183 - Officer to restore money on injunction of execution.
13-3-185 - How purchaser takes property sold at execution sale.
13-3-187 - Conveyance of land sold under execution or other process.
13-3-189 - Completion of title under justice's execution.