Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 25. Courts; Civil Procedure

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  • Article 1. Form of Actions
  • Article 2. Commencement and Limitation of Actions
  • Article 3. Parties
  • Article 4. Commencement of Actions;  Venue
  • Article 5. Commencement of Actions;  Process
  • Article 6. Dismissal of Actions
  • Article 7. Joinder of Causes;  Consolidation of Actions
  • Article 8. Pleadings
  • Article 9. Miscellaneous Proceedings;  Motions and Orders
  • Article 10. Provisional Remedies
  • Article 11. Trial
  • Article 12. Evidence
  • Article 13. Judgments
  • Article 14. Abatement and Revivor
  • Article 15. Executions and Exemptions
  • Article 16. Jury
  • Article 17. Costs
  • Article 18. Expenses and Attorney's Fees
  • Article 19. Reversal or Modification of Judgments and Orders by Appellate Courts
  • Article 20. Vacation or Modification of Judgments at Subsequent Term
  • Article 21. Actions and Proceedings in Particular Cases
  • Article 22. General Provisions
  • Article 23. Proceedings in Forma Pauperis
  • Article 24. Interpreters
  • Article 25. Uniform Procedure for Acquiring Private Property for Public Use
  • Article 26. Arbitration
  • Article 27. Provisions Applicable to County Courts
  • Article 28. Small Claims Court
  • Article 29. Dispute Resolution
  • Article 30. Civil Legal Services for Low-Income Persons
  • Article 31. Structured Settlements Transfers Protection Act
  • Article 32. Uniform Conflict of Laws Limitations Act
  • Article 33. Nonrecourse Civil Litigation Act
  • Article 34. Prisoner Litigation

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