THE FOURTH CLASS CITY ACT (EXCERPT)
Act 215 of 1895
105.21 Circuit court; jury may retire with petition, map, blank verdict; form of verdict.Sec. 21.
To assist the jury in arriving at their verdict, the circuit judge may allow the jury, when they retire, to take with them the petition filed in the case, and a map showing the location of the proposed improvement and of each and all the parcels of property to be taken and may also submit to them a blank verdict which may be as follows:
The just compensation to be paid for such private property we have ascertained and determined, and hereby award as follows:
Description of each | Owners, occupants | |To whom
of the several parcels | and others |Compensation.|payable.
of private property to | interested in | |
be taken. | each parcel. | |
The different descriptions of the property and the names of the occupants, owners and others interested therein may be inserted in said blank verdict, under the direction of the circuit judge, before it is submitted to the jury, or it may be done by the jury.
History: Add. 1899, Act 136, Imd. Eff. June 21, 1899
CL 1915, 3156
CL 1929, 2080
CL 1948, 105.21
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