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In general, the county courts (so designated by the Constitution) are the same as the probate courts of other states.
Sec. 110. There shall be established in each county a county court, which shall be a court of record open at all times and holden by one judge, elected by the electors of the county, and whose term of office shall be two years.
Sec. 111. The county court shall have exclusive original jurisdiction in probate and testamentary matters, the appointment of administrators and guardians, the settlement of the accounts of executors, administrators and guardians, the sale of lands by executors, administrators, and guardians, and such other probate jurisdiction as may be conferred by law; provided, that whenever the voters of any county having a population of two thousand or over shall decide by a majority vote that they desire the jurisdiction of said court increased above that limited by this Constitution, then said county court shall have concurrent jurisdiction with the district courts in all civil actions where the amount in controversy does not exceed one thousand dollars, and in all criminal actions below the grade of felony, and in case it is decided by the voters of any county to so increase the jurisdiction of said county court, the jurisdiction in cases of misdemeanors arising under state laws which may have been conferred upon police magistrates shall cease. The qualifications of the judge of the county court in counties where the jurisdiction of said court shall have been increased shall be the same as those of the district judge, except that he shall be a resident of the county at the time of his election, and said county judge shall receive such salary for his services as may be provided by law. In case the voters of any county decide to increase the
jurisdiction of said county courts, then such jurisdiction as thus increased shall remain until otherwise provided by law.
Increased Jurisdiction: Procedure. The rules of practice obtaining in county courts having increased jurisdiction are substantially the same as in the district courts of the state.
Appeals. Appeals from the decisions and judgments of such county courts may be taken direct to the supreme court.
The following named counties now have increased jurisdiction: Benson; Bowman; Cass; La Moure; Ransom; Renville; Stutsman; Ward; Wells.
Ballweber v. Kern
12 Bauclair, Steinbach v.
223 Beauchamp v. Northwestern Mut. F. Ins. Cn.
499 Beauchamp Retail Merchants Asso.
483 Benson, Union State Bank v. 396 Bentler v. Brynjolfson
401 Best, Arendts v. ...
389 Big Bend Land Co., First Nat. Bank v.
33 Black v. North Dakota State Fair Asso.
105 Blackmore, Strobeck v.
593 Blake, Woodward v.
38 Blough, Thronson v.
574 Bready v. Moody
321 Brown, State v.
340 Brown, Steinwand v.
602 Brynjolfson, Bentler v.
401 Burleigh, Martin v.
German-American State Bank, Nor
276 Godman v. Olson
360 Grand Forks, Great Northern R. Co. v.
1 Great Eastern Casualty Co., Schwindermann v.
584 Great Northern Exp. Co. v. Gulbro 352 Great Northern R. Co., Assid v. 270 Great Northern R. Co. v. Grand Forks
1 Gulbro, Great Northern Exp. Co. v. 352
Carr v. Neva
158 Case Threshing Machine Co., McGinnity v.
288 Cooper, Ross v.
173 Cross v. Hillsboro Nat. Bank
International Harvester Co. v. State
Davis, McCoy v.
68 Johnson v. Johnson 260
Johnson, Keystone Grain Co. v. ....
Schwindermann V. Great Eastern
584 Scow, State ex rel. Langer v.
246 Sebelius, Sunberg v.
413 Security State Bank v. Fischer 132 Smith, Hope Nat. Ban's v.
425 Stanley, State v.
311 State v. Brown
340 State v. Davis
68 State on relation of Nedreloe v. Kennard
612 State ex rel. Langer v. Kositzky 616 State ex rel. Langer v. Scow
246 State v. Stanley
311 State v. Wheeler
456 State Bank, International Harvester Co. v.
632 Stearns v. Merchants' Life & C. Co. 524 Steinbach v. Bauclair
223 Steinwand v. Brown
602 Strobeck v. Blackmore
593 Strong v Nelson
385 Sunberg v. Sebelius
Nelson, Strong v.
385 Neva, Carr v.
158 Norris v. German-American State Bank
276 North Dakota State Fair Asso., Black v.
105 Northwestern Improv Co. v. Oliver County
57 Northwestern Mut. F. Ins. Co., Beauchamp v.
Warehime v. Huseby
Plumley, Hatcher v.