The New-York Code of Civil Procedure: Carefully Annotated and Fully Indexed ... : as Enacted and Amended in 1880 : Together with the Repealing Acts and Table of Corresponding Sections
J.D. Parsons, Jr., 1881 - 1471 pages
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Page 160 - The executor or administrator duly appointed in this state, or in any other state, territory or district of the United States, or in any foreign country, of a decedent, who has left him or her surviving a husband, wife, or next of kin, may maintain an action to recover damages for a wrongful act, neglect or default, by which the decedent's death was caused, against a natural person who, or a corporation which, would have been liable to an action in favor of the decedent by reason thereof if death...
Page 341 - There was an evident miscalculation of figures or an evident mistake in the description of any person, thing or property referred to in the award...
Page 161 - The damages recovered in an action, brought as prescribed in the last section, are exclusively for the benefit of the decedent's husband or wife and next of kin; and when they are collected they must be distributed by the plaintiff as if they were unbequeathed assets left in his hands, after payment of all debts and expenses of administration.
Page 264 - When .it is admitted by the pleading or examination of a party, that he has in his possession, or under his control, any money or other thing capable of delivery, which, being the subject of the...
Page 585 - But it must appear, upon the face of the complaint, that all the causes of action so united belong to one of the foregoing subdivisions of this section...
Page 312 - ... by warrant commit the offender to jail, there to remain until he submits to do the act which he was so required to do or is discharged according to law.
Page 201 - Where he has been committed, or is detained, by virtue of the final judgment or decree, of a competent tribunal of civil or criminal jurisdiction ; or the final order of such a tribunal, made in a special proceeding, instituted for any cause, except to punish him for a contempt ; or by virtue of an execution or other process, issued upon such a judgment, decree, or final order.
Page 161 - An executor, administrator, a trustee of an express trust, or a person expressly authorized by statute, may sue, without joining with him the person for whose benefit the action is prosecuted.
Page 110 - Where an action is brought, as prescribed in either of the last two articles, the court may, in its discretion, during the pendency thereof, from time to time, make and modify an order or orders, requiring the husband to pay any sum or sums of money, necessary to enable the wife to carry on or defend the action...