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21-29-1      Power to issue writ--Purposes for which used.
21-29-2      Writ issued when ordinary remedy inadequate--Application and affidavit.
21-29-3      Alternative and peremptory writs--Terms of writ.
21-29-4      Grant of writ on default prohibited.
21-29-5      Alternative writ issued without notice--Minimum notice required for peremptory writ.
21-29-6      Service of writ--Service on majority of board.
21-29-7      Answer to show cause against writ.
21-29-8      Hearing by court when no answer made or no questions of fact raised.
21-29-9      Objections and proof countervailing answer introduced by applicant at trial.
21-29-10      Discretionary jury trial and postponement--Statement of question to be tried--Assessment of damages.
21-29-11      Verdict transmitted to court--Hearing on application.
21-29-12      Elements included in judgment.
21-29-13      Motion for new trial.
21-29-14      Fine for disobedience of peremptory writ--Imprisonment on persistent disobedience.

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