Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 76A.djvu/407

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Manner of giving verdict; three-fourths verdict; polling jury When the jury, or three-fourths of them, have agreed upon a verdict, they shall be conducted into court, their names called by the clerk, and the verdict rendered by their foreman. The verdict iiiust be in writing, signed by the foreman, and shall be read by the clerk to the jury, and the inquiry made whether it is their verdict. Either party may require the jury to be polled, which is done by the court or clerk asking each juror if it is his verdict. If upon such an inquiry or polling, more than one-fourth of the jurors disagree thereto, the jury shall be sent out again, but if no such disagreement is expressed, the verdict is complete and the jury discharged from the case. § 481. Correction of informal or insufficient verdict When the verdict is announced, if it is informal or insufficient, in not covering the issue submitted, it may be corrected by the jury under the advice of the court, or the jury may be again sent out. § 482. Entry of verdict Upon receiving a verdict, an entry shall be made by the clerk in the minutes of the court, specifying the time of trial, the names of the jurors and witnesses, and setting out the verdict at length; and where a special verdict is found, either the judgment rendered thereon, or if the case is reserved for argument or further consideration, the order thus reserving it.




511. 512. 513. 514.

Interest on Judgments. Satisfaction of judgment. Death of party before Judgment. Action against officer or person lioiding bond or covenant of indemnity; defense by and Judgment against surety. 515. Confession of judgment without action. 516. Submission of controversy without action. SUBCHAPTER II


541. Time for issuance of execution. 542. Issuance of execution; form and contents. 543. Return of execution. 544. Methods for enforcement of judgments and orders. .')45. Execution after five.years. 546. Execution after death of party. 547. Property liable to execution; manner and effect of levy. 548. Property exempt from execution or attachment. 549. Procedure for asserting and determining claims for exemption. 550. Execution of writ generally. 551. Sale on execution or under power in deed of trust; notice. 552. Penalty for selling without notice or taking down or defacing notice. 553. Conduct of sale. 5.54. Nonpayment of bid: resale. 555. Rights of purchaser; certificate of sale. 5.56..Sales as absolute or subject to redemption; certificate of sale. 557. Redemption; persons entitled to; redemptioners defined. 55S. Redemption; time; amount of payment. 559. Subsequent redemptions; notice; marshal's deed; certificate. 560. Redemption; persons to whom payments made; tender. .561. Redemption; documents to be produced by redemptioner. 562. Restraining waste during period for redemption. .563. Rents and profits. 564. Eviction of purchaser or failure to obtain possession; revival of judgment. 565. Contribution among judgment debtors; repayment of surety. 566. Claims by third persons; filing of claim; undertaking by plaintiff. 567. Same; hearing to determine title to property. 568. Same; undertaking by claimant. 569. Attachments and executions on mortgaged personal property.