Tennessee Code Title 29. Remedies and Special Proceedings

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions--Extraordinary Process
  • Chapter 2. Statute of Frauds
  • Chapter 3. Abatement of Nuisances
  • Chapter 4. Agreed Cases
  • Chapter 5. Arbitration
  • Chapter 6. Attachment and Replevy
  • Chapter 7. Attachment by Garnishment
  • Chapter 8. Change of Name--Correction of Errors in Birth Certificates
  • Chapter 9. Contempt of Court
  • Chapter 10. Patent Infringement Actions
  • Chapter 11. Contribution Among Tort-Feasors
  • Chapter 12. Creditors' Bills
  • Chapter 13. Criminal Injuries Compensation
  • Chapter 14. Declaratory Judgments
  • Chapter 15. Ejectment
  • Chapter 16. Eminent Domain
  • Chapter 17. Eminent Domain by Public Agencies
  • Chapter 18. Forcible Entry and Detainer
  • Chapter 19. Gambling Contracts
  • Chapter 20. Governmental Tort Liability
  • Chapter 21. Habeas Corpus
  • Chapter 22. Hospitals' Liens
  • Chapter 23. Injunctions
  • Chapter 24. Libel and Slander
  • Chapter 25. Mandamus
  • Chapter 26. Health Care Liability
  • Chapter 27. Partition
  • Chapter 28. Products Liability Actions
  • Chapter 29. Quieting Title
  • Chapter 30. Recovery of Personal Property
  • Chapter 31. Removal of Disability of Minors
  • Chapter 32. Scire Facias
  • Chapter 33. Sureties on Bonds--Actions to Protect Interest
  • Chapter 34. Torts
  • Chapter 35. Usurpation or Forfeiture of Office or Franchise--Corporate Misdeeds
  • Chapter 36. Waste and Trespass
  • Chapter 37. Equal Access to Justice
  • Chapter 38. Drug Dealer Liability Act
  • Chapter 39. Compensation for Economic and Noneconomic Damages

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