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60-1001. Actions for possession; ejectment. (a) Petition. In any action to recover possession of real property, including an oil or gas lease or mineral interest, it shall be sufficient if the petition state that the petitioner has a legal or equitable interest therein and the right to possession.

(b) Tenants in common. In an action against a tenant in common the petition must state that the defendant either denied plaintiff's right, or did some act amounting to such denial.

(c) Judgment; when plaintiff prevails. If plaintiff prevails the judgment shall be for possession and damages for the loss of rents and profits, if any, and execution to enforce the same shall be issued to the sheriff by the clerk at the written request of the party entitled thereto.

(d) When action becomes moot. If the right of the plaintiff to the possession of the premises expires after the commencement of the suit and before the trial, the judgment shall be for the damages and costs.

History: L. 1963, ch. 303, 60-1001; Jan. 1, 1964.


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