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LAW, PRACTICE AND FORMS
JUSTICES AND OTHER INFERIOR
Of the San Francisco Bar, Author of the "Law of Evidence in California"
IN TWO VOLUMES
TYPOGRAPHERS AND STEREOTYPERS
ARREST AND BAIL.
$ 2375. Arrest in civil action, when not allowed. § 2376. Oregon-Provisional remedies as in courts of record. § 2377. Oregon—Provisions of Code of Civil Procedure apply in what cases § 2378. Washington-No arrest except as provided by statute. § 2379. In what cases defendant may be arrested. § 2380. Affidavit for arrest of defendant-Form. $ 2381. What must appear for an order of arrest in an action to recover a
debt. § 2382. Allegations in affidavit can never be made on information and belief. § 2383. Rule in superior court. § 2384. Affidavit, failure to state facts. § 2385. Arrested defendant must be taken before justice immediately. § 2386. Arresting officer must immediately notify plaintiff. § 2387. Notice to plaintiff-Form. § 2388. Affidavit and undertaking on order of arrest. § 2389. Undertaking by debtor-Form. § 2390. When order for arrest may be made. § 2391. Washington-Arrest—When warrant may issue. § 2392. Washington-Arrest-Bond for warrant. § 2393. Washington-Arrest-Warrant-Service-Proceedings. $ 2394. Washington-Arrest—Notice to plaintiff. § 2395. Washington-Arrest—Detention not to exceed twenty-four hours. § 2396. Washington-Continuance-Bond. § 2397. Exemption of witness from arrest. § 2398. Duty of officer to keep defendant in custody. $ 2399. What fraud will warrant arrest.
2400. Fraud committed out of state by resident of state. $ 2401. What plaintiff must prove to sustain allegations of fraud. § 2402. Character and capacity in which defendant is alleged to have ob
tained money. § 2403. Issues of fraud must be raised to justify execution against person § 2404. Intention to procure goods without payment. § 2405. Where facts constituting fraud arise subsequent to filing of complaint.