TITLE 6

JUSTICE COURTS

 

Chapter     51.       Justice Courts; Jurisdiction

                  52.       Civil Actions

                  53.       Appeals in Civil Actions

                  54.       Juries

                  55.       Small Claims

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Chapter 51 — Justice Courts; Jurisdiction

 

2019 EDITION

 

 

JUSTICE COURTS; JURISDICTION

 

JUSTICE COURTS

 

ORGANIZATION AND JURISDICTION

 

51.010       Justice court defined; no terms of court; court always open for business

 

51.020       Justice of the peace districts; establishing and modifying boundaries; maximum number of districts

 

51.025       Justice court as court of record

 

51.028       Justice court ceasing operation as court of record

 

51.035       Justice of peace as municipal judge

 

51.037       Agreement between city and county for provision of judicial services

 

51.050       Criminal jurisdiction; transfer to circuit court

 

51.055       Notice to Department of State Police of conviction; rules

 

51.070       Crimes triable in justice court

 

51.080       Civil jurisdiction of justice court

 

51.090       Civil jurisdiction not to extend to certain actions

 

51.100       Where action may be commenced in civil cases

 

51.105       Recording and reporting of proceedings

 

51.110       Records and files of a justice court

 

51.120       Justice court docket

 

51.130       Disposition of docket and files; docket and files are public writings

 

51.140       Office, courtroom and clerical assistance; books, office equipment and supplies

 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE

 

51.210       Each district to elect one justice

 

51.230       At what election justice to be elected

 

51.240       Qualifications for office

 

51.245       Continuing education

 

51.250       Time when term begins; filing certificate of election, oath of office and undertaking

 

51.260       Filling vacancy; temporary appointment; appointment during justice’s vacation

 

51.300       Temporary service by circuit court judge or other justice of the peace

 

FEES AND FINES

 

51.310       Schedule of fees; payment of fees to county treasurer

 

51.340       Monthly report of fines collected

 

ORGANIZATION AND JURISDICTION

 

      51.010 Justice court defined; no terms of court; court always open for business. A justice court is a court held by a justice of the peace within the justice of the peace district for which the justice of the peace may be chosen. There are no particular terms of such court, but the same is always open for the transaction of business, according to the mode of proceeding prescribed for it.

 

      51.020 Justice of the peace districts; establishing and modifying boundaries; maximum number of districts. (1) The county court or board of county commissioners of every county may set off and establish, or modify the boundaries of, justice of the peace districts within the county. No more than six justice of the peace districts shall be set off or established or permitted to remain in existence within any county. Except in the counties of Baker, Crook, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Morrow, Sherman, Tillamook and Wheeler, a justice of the peace district may not include any portion of the city that is the county seat for the county or any portion of a city in which a circuit court regularly holds court. In the counties of Baker, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Morrow, Sherman, Tillamook and Wheeler, a justice of the peace district in existence on January 15, 1998, may include any portion of the city that is the county seat for the county, or any portion of a city in which a circuit court regularly holds court, until such time as the justice court ceases to provide judicial services within the county seat or city. If the justice court ceases to provide judicial services within the county seat or city, the district that includes portions of the county seat or city shall cease to exist and may not thereafter be reestablished.

      (2) At the time that the county court or board of county commissioners of a county sets off and establishes the boundaries of a justice of the peace district, the county court or board of county commissioners may require as a qualification for the office that a person serving as justice of the peace in the district be a member of the Oregon State Bar.

      (3) The prohibition of subsection (1) of this section on a justice of the peace district that includes any portion of the city that is the county seat for the county, or any portion of a city in which a circuit court regularly holds court, does not prevent a justice of the peace from conducting an arraignment for a person in custody in the city that is the county seat for the county, or in a city in which a circuit court regularly holds court, if the accusatory instrument for the offense was filed in the justice court and the offense was committed within the boundaries of the justice of the peace district. [Amended by 1965 c.568 §5; 1995 c.658 §53; 1997 c.801 §105; 1999 c.449 §1; 2011 c.420 §1; 2019 c.426 §2]

 

      51.025 Justice court as court of record. (1) Except as provided in subsection (7) of this section, any justice court may become a court of record by:

      (a) The passage of an ordinance by the governing body of the county in which the court is located; and

      (b) The entry of an order by the Supreme Court acknowledging the filing of the declaration required under subsection (2) of this section.

      (2) Before a justice court may become a court of record, the governing body of the county in which the court is located must file a declaration with the Supreme Court that includes:

      (a) A statement that the justice court satisfies the requirements of this section for becoming a court of record;

      (b) The address and telephone number of the clerk of the justice court; and

      (c) The date on which the justice court will commence operations as a court of record.

      (3) The Supreme Court may not charge a fee for filing a declaration under subsection (2) of this section. Not later than 30 days after a declaration is filed under subsection (2) of this section, the Supreme Court shall enter an order acknowledging the filing of the declaration and give notice of the order of acknowledgment to the county and the public.

      (4) The county shall provide a court reporter or an audio recording device for each justice court made a court of record under this section.

      (5) The appeal from a judgment entered in a justice court that becomes a court of record under this section shall be as provided in ORS chapters 19 and 138 for appeals from judgments of circuit courts.

      (6) As a qualification for the office, the justice of the peace for any justice court that becomes a court of record must be a member of the Oregon State Bar.

      (7) A justice court may not become a court of record under the provisions of this section if the court is located within 50 driving miles of the circuit court for the county in which the justice court is located, measured by the shortest distance by public roads between the justice court and the circuit court. [1999 c.682 §1; 2007 c.330 §1]

 

      Note: Section 4, chapter 682, Oregon Laws 1999, provides:

      Sec. 4. Sections 1 (3) and 3 (3) of this 1999 Act [51.025 (3) and 221.342 (3)] do not affect the term of office of any justice of the peace or municipal judge serving on the effective date of an ordinance passed for the purpose of making a justice court or municipal court a court of record. Any justice of the peace or municipal judge elected or appointed after the effective date of the ordinance must, as a qualification for the office, be a member of the Oregon State Bar. [1999 c.682 §4]

 

      51.028 Justice court ceasing operation as court of record. (1) Any justice court that has become a court of record under ORS 51.025 may cease to operate as a court of record only if the governing body of the county in which the court is located files a declaration with the Supreme Court identifying the date on which the justice court will cease operation as a court of record. The date identified in the declaration may not be less than 31 days after the date the declaration is filed.

      (2) The Supreme Court may not charge a fee for filing a declaration under subsection (1) of this section. Not later than 30 days after a declaration is filed under subsection (1) of this section, the Supreme Court shall enter an order acknowledging the filing of the declaration and give notice of the order of acknowledgment to the county and the public.

      (3) The appeal from a judgment entered in a justice court after the date identified in a declaration filed under this section shall be as provided in ORS 53.005 to 53.125 and ORS chapter 157. [2007 c.330 §2]

 

      51.030 [Amended by 1963 c.614 §3; repealed by 1997 c.487 §2 and 1997 c.801 §106]

 

      51.035 Justice of peace as municipal judge. Except as provided in ORS 3.136, any city situated wholly or in largest part within the boundaries of a justice of the peace district may enter into an agreement pursuant to ORS 190.010 with the county in which the justice of the peace district is located providing that the justice court for the district shall have all judicial jurisdiction, authority, powers, functions and duties of the municipal court of the city and the judges thereof with respect to all or any violations of the charter or ordinances of the city. [1975 c.713 §1]

 

      51.037 Agreement between city and county for provision of judicial services. Any city may enter into an agreement pursuant to ORS 190.010 with the county in which a justice of the peace district is located for the provision of judicial services. A justice of the peace providing services to a city pursuant to such an agreement shall have all judicial jurisdiction, authority, powers, functions and duties of the municipal court of the city and the judges thereof with respect to all and any violations of the charter or ordinances of the city. Unless the agreement provides otherwise, and subject to the provisions of ORS 153.640 to 153.680, all fines, costs and forfeited security deposits collected shall be paid to the prosecuting city, and the city shall reimburse the county providing judicial services for expenses incurred under the agreement. The exercise of jurisdiction under such an agreement by a justice of the peace shall not constitute the holding of more than one office. [1989 c.679 §2; 1999 c.1051 §243; 2011 c.597 §120]

 

      51.040 [Amended by 1971 c.743 §312; 1979 c.777 §43; 1987 c.907 §13; repealed by 1999 c.605 §8 and 1999 c.1051 §42]

 

      51.050 Criminal jurisdiction; transfer to circuit court. (1) Except as otherwise provided in this section, in addition to the criminal jurisdiction of justice courts already conferred upon and exercised by them, justice courts have jurisdiction of all offenses committed or triable in their respective counties. The jurisdiction conveyed by this section is concurrent with any jurisdiction that may be exercised by a circuit court or municipal court.

      (2) In any justice court that has not become a court of record under ORS 51.025, a defendant charged with a misdemeanor shall be notified immediately after entering a plea of not guilty of the right of the defendant to have the matter transferred to the circuit court for the county where the justice court is located. The election shall be made within 10 days after the plea of not guilty is entered, and the justice shall immediately transfer the case to the appropriate court.

      (3) A justice court does not have jurisdiction over the trial of any felony or a designated drug-related misdemeanor as defined in ORS 423.478. Except as provided in ORS 51.037, a justice court does not have jurisdiction over offenses created by the charter or ordinance of any city. [Amended by 1963 c.513 §3; 1969 c.180 §1; 1971 c.743 §313; 1973 c.625 §1; 1995 c.658 §55; 1999 c.605 §1; 1999 c.682 §10; 1999 c.1051 §41; 2017 c.706 §20]

 

      51.055 Notice to Department of State Police of conviction; rules. (1) A justice or municipal court shall notify the Department of State Police when the justice or municipal court enters a judgment of conviction for a Class A misdemeanor.

      (2) The department shall make rules establishing:

      (a) Requirements for notification under this section.

      (b) Procedures for entry of convictions described in subsection (1) of this section into the Law Enforcement Data System the department maintains. The rules must provide that it is not necessary to enter a conviction into the Law Enforcement Data System if a record of the conviction already exists in the system. [2013 c.141 §1]

 

      51.060 [Amended by 1957 c.644 §27; 1971 c.743 §314; repealed by 1999 c.605 §8 and 1999 c.1051 §42]

 

      51.070 Crimes triable in justice court. A crime is triable in a justice court when, by the provisions of ORS 131.205 to 131.325, an action may be commenced therefor in the county where such court is held. [Amended by 1973 c.836 §328]

 

      51.080 Civil jurisdiction of justice court. (1) A justice court has jurisdiction, but not exclusive, of the following actions:

      (a) For the recovery of money or damages only, when the amount claimed does not exceed $10,000.

      (b) For the recovery of specific personal property, when the value of the property claimed and the damages for the detention do not exceed $10,000.

      (c) For the recovery of any penalty or forfeiture, whether given by statute or arising out of contract, not exceeding $10,000.

      (d) To give judgment without action, upon the confession of the defendant for any of the causes specified in this section, except for a penalty or forfeiture imposed by statute.

      (2) For purposes of this section, the amount claimed, value of property, damages or any amount in controversy does not include any amount claimed as costs and disbursements or attorney fees as defined by ORCP 68 A. [Amended by 1973 c.625 §2; 1979 c.447 §1; 1983 c.149 §2; 1989 c.839 §34; 1993 c.735 §10; 1997 c.801 §107; 1999 c.84 §4; 2007 c.71 §13; 2007 c.125 §4; 2011 c.595 §52a]

 

      51.090 Civil jurisdiction not to extend to certain actions. The jurisdiction conferred by ORS 51.080 does not extend to:

      (1) An action in which the title to real property shall come in question.

      (2) An action for false imprisonment, libel, slander or malicious prosecution.

      (3) An action brought by an adult in custody as defined in ORS 30.642. [Amended by 1983 c.673 §9; 2003 c.14 §22; 2011 c.262 §5; 2019 c.213 §14]

 

      51.100 Where action may be commenced in civil cases. (1) Except as provided in this section, a civil action subject to the jurisdiction of a justice court must be commenced in the county where one of the parties resides.

      (2) If a defendant in a civil action subject to the jurisdiction of a justice court does not reside in this state, the action may be commenced in any justice district of this state.

      (3) If all parties reside in the same justice district, a civil action may be brought only in the justice court for that justice district.

      (4) Motions for change of venue in justice courts are subject to the same laws governing change of venue in circuit court. [Amended by 1999 c.605 §2]

 

      51.105 Recording and reporting of proceedings. (1) In any proceeding conducted in open court in a justice court, any party may arrange for audio recording or reporting of the proceeding by stenographic or other means. The court may not prohibit recording or reporting of the proceeding under this section.

      (2) A reporter providing stenographic reporting services under this section must be certified in shorthand reporting under ORS 8.415 to 8.455 or by a nationally recognized certification program. A party arranging for reporting of the proceeding by stenographic means must provide the court with the name of the reporter and an address and telephone number where the reporter may be contacted.

      (3) If all parties to the proceeding and the court agree, the audio recording or stenographic or other reporting of the proceeding arranged under this section may be used by the parties during the proceeding.

      (4) If all parties to the proceeding and the court agree, the audio recording or stenographic or other reporting of the proceeding arranged under this section is the official record of the proceeding.

      (5) Unless other parties agree to pay all or part of the cost of the audio recording or stenographic or other reporting of the proceeding, the party arranging for the recording or reporting must pay all costs of the recording or reporting. [2015 c.623 §8]

 

      51.110 Records and files of a justice court. The records and files of a justice court are the docket and all papers and process filed in or returned to such court, concerning or belonging to any proceeding authorized to be had or taken therein, or before the justice of the peace who holds such court.

 

      51.120 Justice court docket. (1) The docket of a justice of the peace is a record in which the justice of the peace must enter:

      (a) The title of every action or proceeding commenced in the court of the justice of the peace or before the justice of the peace, with the names of the parties thereto and the time of the commencement thereof.

      (b) The date of making or filing any pleading.

      (c) An order allowing a provisional remedy, and the date of issuing and returning the summons or other process.

      (d) The time when the parties or either of them appears, or their failure to do so.

      (e) Every postponement of a trial or proceeding, and upon whose application, and to what time.

      (f) The demand for a jury, if any, and by whom made; the order for a jury, and the time appointed for trial.

      (g) The return of an order for a jury, the names of the persons impaneled and sworn as a jury, and the names of all witnesses sworn, and at whose request.

      (h) The verdict of the jury, and when given; and if the jury disagree and are discharged without giving a verdict, a statement of such disagreement and discharge.

      (i) The judgment of the court, and when given.

      (j) The date on which any judgment is docketed in the docket.

      (k) The fact of an appeal having been made and allowed, and the date thereof, with a memorandum of the undertaking, and the justification of the sureties.

      (L) Satisfaction of the judgment or any part thereof.

      (m) A memorandum of all orders relating to security release.

      (n) All other matters which may be material or specially required by any statute.

      (2) The docket of a justice court may be maintained in electronic form. [Amended by 1999 c.788 §43; 1999 c.1051 §244]

 

      51.130 Disposition of docket and files; docket and files are public writings. The docket and files of a justice court are to be safely and securely kept by the justice of the peace, and by the justice of the peace forthwith delivered to a successor in office. When any justice court is abolished, the docket and files of that court shall be turned over to the clerk of the circuit court for the county in which the justice court was located. Such docket and files are public writings. [Amended by 1995 c.658 §56]

 

      51.140 Office, courtroom and clerical assistance; books, office equipment and supplies. The county court or board of county commissioners of the county in which the justice of the peace has been elected or appointed:

      (1) May provide for the office of the justice of the peace the office and courtroom and clerical assistance necessary to enable the justice of the peace to effectuate the prompt, efficient and dignified administration of justice.

      (2) Shall provide for the office of the justice of the peace:

      (a) The books, records, forms, papers, stationery, postage and office equipment and supplies necessary in the proper keeping of the records and files of the judicial office and the transaction of the business thereof.

      (b) The latest edition of the Oregon Revised Statutes and all official materials published from time to time to supplement such edition. [Amended by 1955 c.448 §1; 1957 c.180 §1]

 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE

 

      51.210 Each district to elect one justice. Each justice of the peace district shall elect one justice of the peace, who shall hold office for six years and until a successor is elected and qualified.

 

      51.220 [Amended by 1961 c.724 §25; 1965 c.510 §21; repealed by 1997 c.487 §2 and 1997 c.801 §106]

 

      51.230 At what election justice to be elected. The election at which a justice of the peace shall be elected shall be the general election or, if applicable, the election specified in ORS 249.088 next preceding the expiration of the term of the incumbent of the office. [Amended by 1991 c.719 §3]

 

      51.240 Qualifications for office. (1) As a qualification for the office:

      (a) A justice of the peace must be a citizen of the United States and a resident of this state.

      (b) A justice of the peace must be a resident of or have a principal office in the justice of the peace district in which the justice court is located. For purposes of this paragraph, a “principal office” is the primary location from which a person conducts the person’s business or profession.

      (c) A justice of the peace must have maintained the residence within this state required by paragraph (b) of this subsection for at least three years immediately prior to appointment or becoming a candidate for election to the office of justice of the peace.

      (d) A justice of the peace must have maintained the residence or principal office required by paragraph (b) of this subsection for at least one year immediately prior to appointment or becoming a candidate for election to the office of justice of the peace.

      (e) A justice of the peace must:

      (A) Be a member of the Oregon State Bar;

      (B) Have completed a course on courts of special jurisdiction offered by the National Judicial College, or complete the course within 12 months after appointment or election to the office of justice of the peace; or

      (C) Have completed, or complete within 12 months after appointment or election to the office of justice of the peace, a course that is equivalent to the course described in subparagraph (B) of this paragraph, proposed by the justice of the peace and approved by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

      (2) If exigent circumstances prevent a justice of the peace from completing the course required under subsection (1)(e)(B) of this section within 12 months after appointment or election to the office of justice of the peace, the presiding judge of the judicial district in which the justice court is located may grant the justice of the peace one extension of time to complete the course. The extension may not exceed 12 months. The presiding judge may require the justice of the peace to complete additional educational requirements during an extension granted under this subsection.

      (3) Notwithstanding subsection (1)(e) of this section, a justice of the peace in a justice court that is a court of record under ORS 51.025 must be a member of the Oregon State Bar. [1991 c.458 §10; 1993 c.493 §88; 2015 c.570 §6]

 

      51.245 Continuing education. (1) Each justice of the peace who is not a member of the Oregon State Bar shall attend or participate in a minimum of 30 hours of educational programs every two calendar years. The programs shall be those conducted and supervised or approved by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court or designee.

      (2) Each justice of the peace who is not a member of the Oregon State Bar shall submit a written annual report of the hours of educational programs referred to in subsection (1) of this section that are attended or participated in by the justice during each calendar year to the Oregon Justices of the Peace Association and shall submit a copy of that report to the governing body of the county in which the justice has been elected or appointed. The report and copy shall be submitted not later than March 1 of the year following the calendar year for which the report is applicable. [1989 c.1005 §1; 1993 c.742 §39]

 

      51.250 Time when term begins; filing certificate of election, oath of office and undertaking. The term of office of a justice of the peace shall commence on the first Monday in January next following election. Before entering upon the duties of office, the person elected thereto shall qualify by filing with the county clerk of the county wherein the person is elected:

      (1) The certificate of election of the person.

      (2) An oath of office, by the person subscribed, to the effect that the person will support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of Oregon and will faithfully and honestly perform the duties of the office.

      (3) Also an official undertaking, duly approved by the county court or board of county commissioners in the penal sum of $2,500; provided, that the official undertaking of a justice of the peace in any district in which is located the county seat, or any part thereof, shall be in such greater penal sum, not exceeding $10,000, as the court or board shall designate. [Amended by 1987 c.158 §7]

 

      51.260 Filling vacancy; temporary appointment; appointment during justice’s vacation. (1) If a vacancy occurs in the office of justice of the peace, the Governor immediately shall appoint some person possessing the qualifications for election to that office to fill the vacancy until the next general election and until such appointee’s successor is elected and qualified. The person appointed to fill the vacancy shall qualify in the same manner as a person elected to the office.

      (2) In the event of a temporary absence or other incapacity of a justice of the peace, the county court, if it deems it in the public interest, may appoint a sitting justice of the peace from any county justice of the peace district within the State of Oregon, or may appoint a person possessing the qualifications for election as justice of the peace, to serve as justice of the peace pro tempore during the period of absence or incapacity. An appointment under this subsection may not be for a period exceeding one year.

      (3) In the event of a temporary absence of a justice of the peace for a period of more than 60 consecutive days, or in the event of inability for a like period to act by reason of illness or other cause, the Governor, if the Governor deems it necessary in the public interest that a person be appointed to fill such temporary vacancy, shall appoint some person possessing the qualifications for election to such office to fill the temporary vacancy.

      (4) The person appointed by the county court or Governor pursuant to subsection (2) or (3) of this section immediately shall qualify in the same manner as a person elected to the office, and thereupon shall perform the duties of justice of the peace for the district during the temporary absence or inability. During the temporary tenure, the person shall receive the salary that the absent justice of the peace otherwise would have received during the period. When any such appointee has qualified and entered upon the duties of office, the appointment thereto shall not be revoked or rescinded during the actual trial or hearing of any action or proceeding before the appointee; but the temporary appointment may be terminated at any other time by written notice to that effect given by the appointing authority and filed with the county clerk of the county.

      (5) Every justice of the peace is entitled to two weeks paid vacation every year and during such absence the county court may appoint a justice of the peace pro tempore pursuant to the provisions of subsections (2) and (4) of this section. [Amended by 1961 c.724 §26; 1995 c.329 §1; 1995 c.658 §58]

 

      51.270 [Repealed by 2019 c.426 §1]

 

      51.280 [Repealed by 2019 c.426 §1]

 

      51.290 [Repealed by 1953 c.306 §18]

 

      51.300 Temporary service by circuit court judge or other justice of the peace. A judge of the circuit court for a county, or any justice of the peace for a justice court district located within the county, may exercise the powers and duties of justice of the peace of any justice court in the county:

      (1) At the request of the justice of the peace of the justice court;

      (2) In the event of a vacancy in the office of the justice of the peace, until the vacancy is filled as provided by law; or

      (3) In the event of the absence, incapacity or disqualification of the justice of the peace, during the period of such absence, incapacity or disqualification. [1965 c.377 §2; 1979 c.69 §1; 1999 c.605 §3]

 

FEES AND FINES

 

      51.310 Schedule of fees; payment of fees to county treasurer. (1) Except as provided in ORS 105.130, the justice of the peace shall collect, in advance except in criminal cases, and issue receipts for, the following fees:

      (a) For the first appearance of the plaintiff, $90.

      (b) For the first appearance of the defendant, $90.

      (c) In the small claims department, for a plaintiff filing a claim, $37; and for a defendant requesting a hearing, $37.

      (d) For transcript of judgment, $9.

      (e) For transcript of judgment from the small claims department, $9.

      (f) For certified copy of judgment, $9.

      (g) For issuing writs of execution or writs of garnishment, $20 for each writ.

      (h) For issuing notices of restitution as provided in ORS 105.151, $10 for each notice.

      (i) For filing a motion described in ORS 21.200 in an action not in the small claims department, $30.

      (j) For supplying to private parties copies of records and files, the same fees as provided or established for the county clerk under ORS 205.320.

      (k) For each official certificate, $10.

      (L) For taking and certifying for a private party an acknowledgment of proof of any instrument, $10.

      (m) Costs in criminal cases, where there has been a conviction, or upon forfeiture of security, $5.

      (2) Not later than the last day of the month immediately following the month in which fees set forth in subsection (1) of this section are collected, the justice of the peace shall pay all such fees, other than those for performing marriage ceremonies, over to the county treasurer of the county wherein the justice of the peace was elected or appointed, for crediting to the general fund of the county, and shall take the receipt of the treasurer therefor. [Amended by 1965 c.619 §25; 1979 c.447 §2; 1987 c.829 §1; 1989 c.583 §10; 1991 c.458 §2; 1997 c.801 §132; 1999 c.1051 §245; 2003 c.687 §1; 2011 c.595 §52b; 2015 c.623 §§1,2]

 

      51.340 Monthly report of fines collected. Justices of the peace in each county shall report to the county treasurer once in each month the amount of all fines collected by them, from whom collected, and what the fine was for, and at the same time pay to the county treasurer in money the full amount of the fines collected. If the justices of the peace have collected no fines, they shall report that fact to the county treasurer.

 

      51.350 [Repealed by 1983 c.77 §1 and 1983 c.310 §21]

 

      51.360 [Repealed by 1983 c.77 §1 and 1983 c.310 §21]

 

      51.410 [Repealed by 1965 c.624 §12]

 

      51.440 [Amended by 1965 c.624 §1; 1971 c.136 §1; 1995 c.658 §59; repealed by 2015 c.212 §19]

 

      51.450 [Amended by 1965 c.624 §3; 1983 c.83 §3; 1995 c.658 §60; repealed by 2015 c.212 §19]

 

      51.460 [Amended by 1965 c.624 §4; 1995 c.658 §61; repealed by 2015 c.212 §19]

 

      51.470 [Amended by 1965 c.624 §5; 1995 c.658 §62; repealed by 2015 c.212 §19]

 

      51.480 [Repealed by 2015 c.212 §19]

 

      51.490 [Amended by 1965 c.624 §6; repealed by 2015 c.212 §19]

 

      51.500 [Amended by 1965 c.624 §7; repealed by 2015 c.212 §19]

 

      51.520 [Repealed by 1953 c.306 §18]

 

      51.530 [Amended by 1965 c.624 §8; repealed by 1973 c.393 §4]

 

      51.540 [Amended by 1965 c.624 §9; repealed by 2015 c.212 §19]

 

      51.550 [Amended by 1965 c.624 §10; repealed by 2015 c.212 §19]

 

      51.610 [Amended by 1965 c.134 §1; 1965 c.624 §11; repealed by 1971 c.136 §3]

 

      51.620 [Repealed by 1971 c.136 §3]

 

      51.630 [Amended by 1959 c.621 §1; repealed by 1971 c.136 §3]

 

      51.640 [Amended by 1965 c.613 §26; repealed by 1971 c.136 §3]

 

      51.650 [Repealed by 1953 c.306 §18]

 

      51.660 [Repealed by 1965 c.510 §24]

 

      51.670 [Amended by 1965 c.510 §22; repealed by 1965 c.624 §12]

 

      51.680 [Repealed by 1953 c.306 §18]

 

      51.690 [Repealed by 1953 c.306 §18]

 

      51.700 [1965 c.624 §2; repealed by 1971 c.136 §3]

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