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reasonable neglect on the part of the plaintiff to serve the summons on other defendants, or to proceed in the cause against the defendant or defendants served.

In an action brought by or against a married woman, judgment may be given against her as well for costs as for damages, or both for such costs and for such damages, in the same manner as against other persons, to be levied and collected of her separate estate and not otherwise. And in any proceeding to enforce such judgment, the supreme court shall have jurisdiction, though the amount be less than one hundred dollars.

§ 275. The relief granted to the plaintiff, if there be no answer, cannot exceed that which he shall have demanded in his complaint; but in any other case, the court may grant him any relief consistent with the case made by the complaint and embraced within the issue.

$ 276. Whenever damages are recoverable, the plaintiff may claim and recover, if he show himself entitled thereto, any rate of damages, which he might have heretofore recovered for the same cause of action,

$ 277. In an action to recover the possession of personal property, judgment for the plaintiff may be for the possession, or for the recovery of possession, or the value thereof, in case a delivery cannot be had, and of damages for the detention. If the property have been delivered to the plaintiff, and the defendant claim a return thereof, judgment for the defendant may be for a return of the property, or the value thereof, in case a return cannot be had, and damages for taking and withholding the same.

$ 278. Judgment upon an issue of law, or of fact, or upon confession, or upon failure to answer, (except where the clerk is authorized to enter the same by the first subdivision of section 246, and by section 384, and except where it may be given at the general term as provided in section 265,) shall in the first instance be entered upon the direction of a single judge, or report of referees, subject to review at the general term, on the demand of either party, as herein provided.

$ 279. The clerk shall keep among the records of the court, a book for the entry of judgments, to be called the “judgment book."

280. The judgment shall be entered in the judg. ment book, and shall specify clearly the relief granted, or other determination of the action.

81. Unless the party or his attorney shall furnish

a judgment roll, the clerk, immediately after entering the judgment, shall attach together and file the following papers, which shall constitute the judgment roll:

1. In case the complaint be not answered by any defendant, the summons and complaint, or copies thereof, proof of service, and that no answer has been received, the report,

if

any, and a copy of the judgment. 2. In all other cases the summons, pleadings or copies thereof, and a copy of the judgment, with any verdict or report, the offer of the defendant, exceptions, case, and all orders and papers in any way involving the merits, and necessarily affecting the judgment.

$ 282. Upon filing a judgment roll upon a judgment directing in whole or in part, the payment of money, it may be docketed with the clerk of the county where the judgment roll was filed, and in any other county upon the filing with the clerk thereof, a transcript of the original “ docket," and shall be a lien on the real property in the county where the same is docketed, of every person against whom any such judgment shall be rendered, and which he may have at the time of the docketing thereof in the county in which such real property is situated, or which he shall acquire at any time thereafter, for ten years from the time of docketing the same in the county where the judgment roll was filed. But the time during which the party recovering or owning such judgment, shall be or shall have been restrained from proceeding thereon by any order

$ 278. Judgment upon an issue of law, or of fact, or upon confession, or upon failure to answer, (except where the clerk is authorized to enter the same by the first subdivision of section 246, and by section 384, and except where it may be given at the general term as provided in section 265,) shall in the first instance be entered upon the direction of a single judge, or report of referees, subject to review at the general term, on the demand of either party, as herein provided.

$ 279. The clerk shall keep among the records of the court, a book for the entry of judgments, to be called the "judgment book."

§ 280. The judgment shall be entered in the judg. ment book, and shall specify clearly the relief granted, or other determination of the action.

§ 281. Unless the party or his attorney shall furnish a judgment roll, the clerk, immediately after entering the judgment, shall attach together and file the following papers, which shall constitute the judgment roll :

1. In case the complaint be not answered by any defendant, the summons and complaint, or copies thereof, proof of service, and that no answer has been received, the report,

if

any, and a copy of the judgment. 2. In all other cases the summons, pleadings or copies thereof, and a copy of the judgment, with any verdict or report, the offer of the defendant, exceptions, case, and all orders and papers in any way involving the merits, and necessarily affecting the judgment.

'$ 282. Upon filing a judgment roll upon a judgment directing in whole or in part, the payment of money, it may be docketed with the clerk of the county where the judgment roll was filed, and in any other county upon the filing with the clerk thereof, a transcript of the original “ docket," and shall be a lien on the real property in the county where the same is docketed, of every person against whom any such judgment shall be rendered, and which he may have at the time of the docketing thereof in the county in which such real property is situated, or which he shall acquire at any time thereafter, for ten years from the time of docketing the same in the county where the judgment roll was filed. But the time during which the party recovering or owning such judgment, shall be or shall have been restrained from proceeding thereon by any order

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