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61-2912. Adoption by reference of certain provisions of article 2 of chapter 60. The following provisions of article 2 of chapter 60 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated, and amendments thereto, are hereby adopted by reference and made a part of this act as if fully set forth herein, insofar as such provisions are not inconsistent or in conflict with the provisions of this act:

(a) K.S.A. 60-215, and amendments thereto, relating to amended and supplemental pleadings, except that the time for filing amended pleadings and for responding thereto shall be 14 instead of 21 days;

(b) K.S.A. 60-217, and amendments thereto, relating to capacity of parties;

(c) K.S.A. 60-218, and amendments thereto, providing for joinder of claims and remedies, K.S.A. 60-219 and 60-220, and amendments thereto, providing for joinder of parties, and K.S.A. 60-221, and amendments thereto, relating to misjoinder of parties and claims;

(d) K.S.A. 60-224, and amendments thereto, relating to intervention, and K.S.A. 60-225, and amendments thereto, providing for substitution of parties;

(e) K.S.A. 60-234, and amendments thereto, relating to production of documents and things for inspection;

(f) K.S.A. 60-241, and amendments thereto, providing for dismissal of actions;

(g) K.S.A. 60-244, and amendments thereto, providing for proof of records;

(h) K.S.A. 60-252, and amendments thereto, concerning findings and conclusions by the court, except that when the findings and conclusions are made by a district magistrate judge, the time to file a motion for amended or additional findings is 14 instead of 28 days;

(i) K.S.A. 60-256, and amendments thereto, relating to summary judgment;

(j) K.S.A. 60-259, and amendments thereto, concerning new trial , except that the time to file a motion for new trial or to alter or amend judgment when a judgment is rendered by a district magistrate judge is 14 instead of 28 days;

(k) K.S.A. 60-260, and amendments thereto, concerning relief from judgment or order;

(l) K.S.A. 60-261 and 60-263, and amendments thereto, relating respectively to harmless error and disability of a judge; and

(m) K.S.A. 60-264, and amendments thereto, relating to process in behalf of and against persons not parties.

History: L. 2000, ch. 161, § 18; L. 2010, ch. 135, § 199; July 1.


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