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§14-1-1 Who may prosecute debt proceedings.
§14-1-2 Method of proceeding; jurisdiction; venue; suing in name of state.
§14-1-3 Parties defendant; form of judgment.
§14-1-4 Expedition of proceedings.
§14-1-5 Form of writ of fieri facias; sale of real estate.
§14-1-6 To whom execution directed.
§14-1-7 Order of levy.
§14-1-8 Sale of real estate under execution — Notice; place.
§14-1-9 Sale of real estate under execution — Conduct; sale of parcels.
§14-1-10 Sale of real estate under execution — Terms of sale.
§14-1-11 Sale of real estate under execution — Conveyance.
§14-1-12 Sale of real estate under execution — Execution of deeds in certain cases.
§14-1-13 Sale of real estate under execution — Resale on default of purchaser — Judgment and execution on purchaser's note.
§14-1-14 Sale of real estate under execution — Resale on default of purchaser — Judgment against personal representatives.
§14-1-15 Sale of real estate under execution — Property unsold for want of bidders.
§14-1-16 Sale of real estate under execution — Purchase of lands for state.
§14-1-17 Sale of real estate under execution — Return of execution where property encumbered.
§14-1-18 Settlement or dismissal of claims.
§14-1-18a Consignment of claims to debt collector.
§14-1-18b Regulations applicable to debt collectors.
§14-1-18c List of eligible debt collectors; statutory limitations applicable to debt collectors.
§14-1-19 Appointment of collection agents by auditor.
§14-1-20 Lands of state — List by clerk.
§14-1-21 Lands of state — Registration by auditor.
§14-1-22 Lands of state — Sale.
§14-1-23 Lands of state — Record of sale.
§14-1-24 Compensation of auditor's agents for collection of debts.
§14-1-25 Execution of deeds in certain cases.
§14-1-26 Reports to Legislature.
§14-1-27 Debts due state from sheriffs or other officers — Sale.
§14-1-28 Debts due state from sheriffs or other officers — Notice of sale.
§14-1-29 Debts due state from sheriffs or other officers — Mode and terms of sale.
§14-1-30 Debts due state from sheriffs or other officers — Return of sale; exceptions to sale; resale.
§14-1-31 Debts due state from sheriffs or other officers — Confirmation of sale; certification to auditor.
§14-1-32 Debts due state from sheriffs or other officers — Sending purchase money and notes for debts to auditor; collection of notes.
§14-1-33 Debts due state from sheriffs or other officers — Rights of purchaser of such debts.
§14-1-34 Commissions to sheriff; payment of publication costs.
§14-1-35 Transfer by defaulting officer or surety.
§14-1-36 Settlement with sureties.
§14-2-1 Purpose.
§14-2-2 Venue for certain suits and actions.
§14-2-2a Venue for suits and actions involving West Virginia University and Marshall University.
§14-2-3 Definitions.
§14-2-4 Creation of court of claims; appointment and terms of judges; vacancies.
§14-2-4a Interim judges.
§14-2-5 Court clerk and other personnel.
§14-2-6 Terms of court.
§14-2-7 Meeting place of the court.
§14-2-8 Compensation of judges; expenses.
§14-2-9 Oath of office.
§14-2-10 Qualifications of judges.
§14-2-11 Attorney general to represent state.
§14-2-12 General powers of the court.
§14-2-13 Jurisdiction of the court.
§14-2-13a Claims for unjust arrest and imprisonment or conviction and imprisonment.
§14-2-14 Claims excluded.
§14-2-15 Rules of practice and procedure.
§14-2-16 Regular procedure.
§14-2-17 Shortened procedure.
§14-2-18 Advisory determination procedure.
§14-2-19 Claims under existing appropriations.
§14-2-20 Claims under special appropriations.
§14-2-21 Periods of limitation made applicable.
§14-2-22 Compulsory process.
§14-2-23 Inclusion of awards in budget.
§14-2-24 Records to be preserved.
§14-2-25 Reports of the court.
§14-2-26 Fraudulent claims.
§14-2-27 Conclusiveness of determination.
§14-2-28 Award as condition precedent to appropriation.
§14-2-29 Severability.
§14-2A-1 Short title.
§14-2A-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent.
§14-2A-3 Definitions.
§14-2A-4 Creation of crime victims compensation fund.
§14-2A-5 Jurisdiction.
§14-2A-6 Appointment and compensation of commissioners and judges serving under this article.
§14-2A-7 Qualifications of commissioners.
§14-2A-8 Commissioners' oath of office.
§14-2A-9 Claim investigators; compensation and expenses; paralegals and support staff.
§14-2A-10 Filing of application for compensation award; contents.
§14-2A-11 Procedure for filing of application.
§14-2A-12 Investigation and recommendations by claim investigator.
§14-2A-13 Notice to claimant of claim investigator's recommendation; evaluation of claim by judge or commissioner.
§14-2A-14 Grounds for denial of claim or reduction of awards; maximum awards.
§14-2A-15 Hearings.
§14-2A-16 Evidence.
§14-2A-17 Contempt sanction not available.
§14-2A-18 Effect of prosecution or conviction of offender.
§14-2A-19 Attorney and witness fees.
§14-2A-19a Effect on physician, hospital and healthcare providers filing an assignment of benefits; tolling of the statute of limitations.
§14-2A-20 Budget preparation; procedure for payment of claims.
§14-2A-21 Annual report of court of claims.
§14-2A-22 State's subrogation to claimant's rights.
§14-2A-23 Subrogation rights of collateral source.
§14-2A-24 Award not subject to execution or attachment; exceptions.
§14-2A-25 Publicity.
§14-2A-26 Rules and regulations.
§14-2A-27 Application of article.
§14-2A-28 Retroactive effect of amendments.
§14-2A-29 Retroactive effect of amendments.
§14-2B-1 Short title.
§14-2B-2 Legislative findings; purpose and intent.
§14-2B-4 Notice of contract with defendant; payment over of crime profits to prosecutor; placing of crime profits into escrow account.
§14-2B-5 Prosecutor to commence action to distribute profits from crime; joinder of parties; statute of limitations; issues to be determined in action.
§14-2B-6 Authority of prosecutor to make payments from escrow account for the necessary expenses of protection of moneys paid into the escrow account; payment of moneys to defendant when charges dismi
§14-2B-7 Prosecutor to distribute funds as ordered by court; court to order distribution of funds.
§14-2B-8 Priorities of claims to moneys in escrow account.
§14-2B-9 Acts to defeat intent of article void as against public policy.
§14-2B-10 Consent to jurisdiction.
§14-2B-11 Failure of defendant or person, firm, corporation, partnership, association or other legal entity contracting with defendant to provide notice to prosecutor or pay over moneys to prosecutor
§14-3-1 Payment of interest by the state on contracts when final payment is delayed.
§14-3-2 Approving authority.
§14-3-3 Source of funds for payment of interest.