Certain Incidents Of Trial

This is Chapter 13 of the Code of Virginia, titled “Certain Incidents Of Trial.” It is part of Title 8.01, titled “Civil Remedies And Procedure.” It’s comprised of the following 20 sections.

§ 8.01-374
Procedure when original papers in cause are lost
§ 8.01-374.1
Consolidation or bifurcation of issues or claims in certain cases; appeal
§ 8.01-375
Exclusion of witnesses in civil cases (Subsection (a) of Supreme Court Rule 2:615 derived in part from this section and subsection (b) of Supreme Court Rule 2:615 derived from this section)
§ 8.01-376
Views by juries
§ 8.01-377
Remedy when variance appears between evidence and allegations
§ 8.01-377.1
Summary judgment
§ 8.01-378
Trial judge not to direct verdicts
§ 8.01-379
Argument before jury
§ 8.01-379.1
Informing jury of amounts sued for
§ 8.01-379.2
Jury instructions
§ 8.01-379.3
General verdict accompanied by answer to interrogatories
§ 8.01-380
Dismissal of action by nonsuit; fees and costs
§ 8.01-381
What jury may carry out
§ 8.01-382
Verdict, judgment or decree to fix period at which interest begins; final order; judgment or decree for interest
§ 8.01-383
Power to grant new trial; how often
§ 8.01-383.1
Appeal when verdict reduced and accepted under protest; new trial for inadequate damages
§ 8.01-384
Formal exceptions to rulings or orders of court unnecessary; motion for new trial unnecessary in certain cases
§ 8.01-384.1
Interpreters for deaf in civil proceedings
§ 8.01-384.1:1
Interpreters for non-English-speaking persons in civil cases
§ 8.01-384.2
Waiver of discovery time limitations by parties