Wisconsin Statutes Civil Procedure (Ch. 799 to 847)

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  • Chapter 799. Procedure in Small Claims Actions
  • Chapter 800. Municipal Court Procedure
  • Chapter 801. Civil Procedure--Commencement of Action and Venue
  • Chapter 802. Civil Procedure--Pleadings, Motions and Pretrial Practice
  • Chapter 803. Civil Procedure--Parties
  • Chapter 804. Civil Procedure--Depositions and Discovery
  • Chapter 805. Civil Procedure--Trials
  • Chapter 806. Civil Procedure--Judgment
  • Chapter 807. Civil Procedure--Miscellaneous Provisions
  • Chapter 808. Appeals and Writs of Error
  • Chapter 809. Rules of Appellate Procedure
  • Chapter 810. Replevin
  • Chapter 811. Attachment
  • Chapter 812. Garnishment
  • Chapter 813. Injunctions, Ne Exeat and Receivers
  • Chapter 814. Court Costs, Fees, and Surcharges
  • Chapter 815. Executions
  • Chapter 816. Remedies Supplementary to Execution
  • Chapter 818. Arrest and Bail
  • Chapter 820. Partition of Personal Property
  • Chapter 821. Uniform Certification of Questions of Law Rule
  • Chapter 822. Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
  • Chapter 823. Nuisances
  • Chapter 840. Real Property Actions;  General Provisions
  • Chapter 841. Declaration of Interest in Real Property
  • Chapter 842. Partition of Interest in Real Property
  • Chapter 843. Actions for Possession of Real Property;  Damages for Withholding
  • Chapter 844. Interference with Interest;  Physical Injury
  • Chapter 846. Real Estate Foreclosure
  • Chapter 847. Miscellaneous Real Estate Actions

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