the attorney general and any assistant attorney general; any district attorney or deputy district attorney; any county attorney or assistant county attorney; and, any other attorney authorized to commence an action on behalf of the state. Section 78B-6-102 - Legislative intent and findings - Best interest of child - Interests of each party, Section 78B-6-105 - District court venue - Jurisdiction of juvenile court - Jurisdiction over nonresidents - Time for filing, Section 78B-6-106 - Responsibility for own actions - Fraud or misrepresentation, Section 78B-6-107 - Compliance with the Interstate Compact on Placement of Children -Compliance with the Indian Child Welfare Act, Section 78B-6-108 - Alien child - Evidence of lawful admission to United States required, Section 78B-6-109 - Determination of rights prior to adoption petition, Section 78B-6-110 - Notice of adoption proceedings, Section 78B-6-110.1 - Prebirth notice to presumed father of intent to place a child for adoption, Section 78B-6-110.5 - Out-of-state birth mothers and adoptive parents - Declaration regarding potential birth fathers, Section 78B-6-111 - Criminal sexual offenses, Section 78B-6-112 - District court jurisdiction over termination of parental rights proceedings, Section 78B-6-113 - Prospective adoptive parent not a resident - Preplacement requirements, Section 78B-6-114 - Adoption by married persons - Consent, Section 78B-6-115 - Who may adopt - Adoption of minor - Adoption of adult, Section 78B-6-116 - Notice and consent for adoption of an adult, Section 78B-6-117 - Who may adopt - Adoption of minor, Section 78B-6-119 - Counseling for parents, Section 78B-6-120 - Necessary consent to adoption or relinquishment for adoption, Section 78B-6-121 - Consent of unmarried biological father, Section 78B-6-121.5 - Compact for Interstate Sharing of Putative Father Registry Information - Severability clause, Section 78B-6-122 - Qualifying circumstance, Section 78B-6-122.5 - Effect of out-of-state paternity adjudication, declaration, or acknowledgment, Section 78B-6-123 - Power of a minor to consent or relinquish, Section 78B-6-124 - Persons who may take consents and relinquishments, Section 78B-6-125 - Time period prior to birth mother's consent, Section 78B-6-126 - When consent or relinquishment effective, Section 78B-6-127 - Parents whose rights have been terminated, Section 78B-6-128 - Preplacement adoptive evaluations - Exceptions, Section 78B-6-129 - Postplacement adoptive evaluations, Section 78B-6-130 - Preplacement and postplacement adoptive evaluations - Review by court, Section 78B-6-131 - Child in custody of state - Placement, Section 78B-6-133 - Contested adoptions - Rights of parties - Determination of custody, Section 78B-6-134 - Custody pending final decree, Section 78B-6-136 - Final decree of adoption - Agreement by adoptive parent or parents, Section 78B-6-136.5 - Timing of entry of final decree of adoption - Posthumous adoption, Section 78B-6-137 - Decree of adoption - Best interest of child - Legislative findings, Section 78B-6-138 - Pre-existing parent's rights and duties dissolved, Section 78B-6-139 - Name and status of adopted child, Section 78B-6-140 - Itemization of fees and expenses, Section 78B-6-141 - [Effective Until11/1/2021]Court hearings may be closed - Petition and documents sealed - Exceptions, Section 78B-6-141 - [Effective11/1/2021]Court hearings may be closed - Petition and documents sealed - Exceptions, Section 78B-6-142 - Adoption order from foreign country, Section 78B-6-143 - Nonidentifying health history of adoptee filed with office - Limited availability, Section 78B-6-144 - Mutual-consent, voluntary adoption registry - Procedures - Fees, Section 78B-6-144.5 - Adoption records fees, Section 78B-6-145 - Restrictions on disclosure of information - Violations - Penalty, Section 78B-6-146 - Postadoption contact agreements, Section 78B-6-204 - Dispute Resolution Programs - Director - Duties - Report, Section 78B-6-205 - Judicial Council rules for ADR procedures, Section 78B-6-206 - Minimum procedures for arbitration, Section 78B-6-207 - Minimum procedures for mediation, Section 78B-6-209 - Dispute Resolution Account - Appropriation, Section 78B-6-301 - Acts and omissions constituting contempt, Section 78B-6-302 - Contempt in immediate presence of court - Summary action - Outside presence of court - procedure, Section 78B-6-303 - Warrant of attachment or commitment order to show cause, Section 78B-6-305 - Duty of sheriff - Excuse for nonappearance - Unnecessary restraint forbidden, Section 78B-6-308 - Procedure when party charged fails to appear, Section 78B-6-310 - Contempt - Action by court, Section 78B-6-311 - Damages to party aggrieved, Section 78B-6-312 - Imprisonment to compel performance, Section 78B-6-313 - Contempt of process of nonjudicial officer - Procedure, Section 78B-6-314 - Re-entry after eviction from real property, Section 78B-6-315 - Noncompliance with child support order, Section 78B-6-316 - Compensatory service for violation of parent-time order or failure to pay child support, Section 78B-6-317 - Willful failure to pay criminal judgment accounts receivable, Section 78B-6-401 - Jurisdiction of district courts - Form - Effect, Section 78B-6-402 - Court's general powers, Section 78B-6-404 - Discretion to deny declaratory relief, Section 78B-6-407 - Trial of issues of fact, Section 78B-6-408 - Rights, status, legal relations under instruments, or statutes may be determined, Section 78B-6-410 - Suit by fiduciary or representative, Section 78B-6-412 - Chapter to be liberally construed, Section 78B-6-501 - Eminent domain - Uses for which right may be exercised, Section 78B-6-502 - Estates and rights that may be taken, Section 78B-6-503 - Private property which may be taken, Section 78B-6-503.5 - Other property which may be taken - State as plaintiff, Section 78B-6-504 - Conditions precedent to taking, Section 78B-6-505 - Negotiation and disclosure required before filing an eminent domain action, Section 78B-6-506 - Right of entry for survey and location, Section 78B-6-508 - Who may appear and defend, Section 78B-6-509 - Powers of court or judge - Settlement offer - Litigation expenses, Section 78B-6-510 - Occupancy of premises pending action - Deposit paid into court - Procedure for payment of compensation, Section 78B-6-511 - Compensation and damages - How assessed, Section 78B-6-512 - Damages - When right has accrued - Mitigation or reduction - Improvements, Section 78B-6-513 - When title sought found defective - Another action allowed, Section 78B-6-514 - Payment of award - Bond from railroad to secure fencing, Section 78B-6-515 - Distribution of award - Execution - Annulment of proceedings on failure to pay, Section 78B-6-516 - Judgment of condemnation - Recordation - Effect, Section 78B-6-517 - Substitution of bond for deposit paid into court - Abandonment of action by condemner - Conditions of dismissal, Section 78B-6-518 - Rights of cities and towns not affected, Section 78B-6-519 - When right of way acquired - Duty of party acquiring, Section 78B-6-520 - Action to set aside condemnation for failure to commence or complete construction within reasonable time, Section 78B-6-520.3 - Property sold under threat of eminent domain - Right to repurchase property if property not used for purpose for which acquired, Section 78B-6-521 - Sale of property acquired by eminent domain, Section 78B-6-601 - Penalty for wrongful refusal to allow writ of habeas corpus, Section 78B-6-603 - Recommitment after discharge forbidden - Exceptions, Section 78B-6-604 - Refusing to exhibit authority for detention - Penalty, Section 78B-6-605 - Penalties for wrongful acts of defendant, Section 78B-6-606 - Judgment of removal - Costs - Penalty by fine where state is party, Section 78B-6-607 - Judgment against director of corporation - Of induction in favor of person entitled, Section 78B-6-608 - Action for damages because of usurpation - Limitation of action, Section 78B-6-609 - Mandamus and prohibition - Judgment, Section 78B-6-610 - Disobedience of writ - Punishment, Section 78B-6-702 - Definition - Unreasonably dangerous, Section 78B-6-703 - Defect or defective condition making product unreasonably dangerous - Rebuttable presumption, Section 78B-6-705 - Alteration or modification of product after sale as substantial contributing cause - Manufacturer or seller not liable, Section 78B-6-706 - Statute of limitations, Section 78B-6-707 - Indemnification provisions void and unenforceable, Section 78B-6-802 - Unlawful detainer by tenant for a term less than life, Section 78B-6-802.5 - Unlawful detainer after foreclosure or forced sale, Section 78B-6-803 - Right of tenant of agricultural lands to hold over, Section 78B-6-804 - Remedies available to tenant against undertenant, Section 78B-6-806 - Necessary parties defendant, Section 78B-6-807 - Allegations permitted in complaint - Time for appearance - Service, Section 78B-6-808 - Possession bond of plaintiff - Alternative remedies, Section 78B-6-809 - Proof required of plaintiff - Defense, Section 78B-6-811 - Judgment for restitution, damages, and rent - Immediate enforcement - Remedies, Section 78B-6-812 - Order of restitution - Service - Enforcement - Disposition of personal property - Hearing, Section 78B-6-814 - Exclusion of tenant without judicial process prohibited - Abandoned premises excepted, Section 78B-6-816 - Abandoned premises - Retaking and rerenting by owner - Liability of tenant - Personal property of tenant left on premises, Section 78B-6-901 - Form of action - Judgment - Special execution, Section 78B-6-901.5 - Notice to tenant on residential property to be foreclosed, Section 78B-6-902 - Deficiency judgment - Execution, Section 78B-6-903 - Necessary parties - Unrecorded rights barred, Section 78B-6-904 - Sales - Disposition of surplus money, Section 78B-6-905 - Sales - When debt due in installments, Section 78B-6-906 - Right of redemption - Sales by parcels - Of land and water stock, Section 78B-6-907 - Restraining possessor from injuring property, Section 78B-6-909 - Environmental impairment to real property security interest - Remedies of lender, Section 78B-6-1001 - Right of action for waste - Damages, Section 78B-6-1002 - Right of action for injuries to trees - Damage, Section 78B-6-1003 - Limited damages in certain cases, Section 78B-6-1101 - Definitions - Nuisance - Right of action - Agriculture operations, Section 78B-6-1102.5 - Violation of order enjoining a nuisance, Section 78B-6-1103 - Manufacturing facility in operation over three years - Limited application of restrictions, Section 78B-6-1105 - Tobacco smoke - Legislative intent, Section 78B-6-1106 - Rental units - Tobacco smoke, Section 78B-6-1107 - Nuisance - Drug houses and drug dealing - Gambling - Group criminal activity - Party house - Prostitution - Weapons - Abatement by eviction, Section 78B-6-1108 - Nuisance - Abatement by eviction, Section 78B-6-1109 - Abatement by eviction order - Grounds, Section 78B-6-1110 - Prior acts or threats of violence - Protection of witnesses, Section 78B-6-1111 - Landlord, owner, or designated agent - Necessary party - Automatic eviction, Section 78B-6-1112 - Security requirement - Amount not a limitation - Jurisdiction over surety, Section 78B-6-1113 - Evidence of nuisance, Section 78B-6-1114 - Award of costs and attorney fees, Section 78B-6-1115 - Critical infrastructure materials operations - Nuisance liability, Section 78B-6-1201 - Partition - By cotenants of real property, Section 78B-6-1202 - Complaint - To set forth interests of all parties, Section 78B-6-1203 - Parties - Only holders of recorded rights necessary, Section 78B-6-1204 - Lis pendens required, Section 78B-6-1205 - Summons - To whom directed, Section 78B-6-1206 - Service by publication, Section 78B-6-1207 - Answer must set forth interests claimed, Section 78B-6-1208 - Right of all parties may be determined, Section 78B-6-1209 - Partial partition allowed - When, Section 78B-6-1210 - When all holders of recorded rights are not made parties - Procedure - Reference, Section 78B-6-1211 - Notice of appearance before referee - Referee's report, Section 78B-6-1212 - If partition prejudicial, sale in lieu thereof - Partition by referees, Section 78B-6-1213 - Duties and powers of referees - Procedure, Section 78B-6-1215 - Confirmation, modification, or vacation by court - Effect of death of party before judgment, Section 78B-6-1216 - Tenant for years, less than 10, not affected by judgment, Section 78B-6-1217 - Referees' expenses and fees - Apportionment, Section 78B-6-1218 - Liens on undivided interests - Apportionment, Section 78B-6-1219 - Setoff of estate for life or for years, Section 78B-6-1220 - Proceeds of sale of encumbered property - Disposition of, Section 78B-6-1221 - Lienholders required to exhaust other security first, Section 78B-6-1222 - Distribution of proceeds or securities, Section 78B-6-1223 - Determination of adverse claims, Section 78B-6-1224 - Sales at public auction - Notice, Section 78B-6-1225 - Sales on credit - Order for, Section 78B-6-1226 - Security for payment, Section 78B-6-1227 - Compensation for interest of tenant for life or years, Section 78B-6-1228 - Court determines reasonable compensation for tenant, Section 78B-6-1230 - Protection of vested, contingent, or future rights, Section 78B-6-1231 - Terms of sales - Separate sale of distinct parcels, Section 78B-6-1232 - Who may not be purchaser, Section 78B-6-1233 - Report of referees to the courts of sales, Section 78B-6-1234 - Referees' deed on confirmation - Disposition of proceeds, Section 78B-6-1235 - Allowance on purchase price - When interested party is purchaser, Section 78B-6-1236 - Conveyance to be recorded - Operates as a bar, Section 78B-6-1237 - Investment of sale proceeds for nonresidents or unknown parties, Section 78B-6-1238 - Clerk of court to be custodian, Section 78B-6-1239 - Distribution of securities to parties entitled, Section 78B-6-1240 - Investment of securities by court clerk - Accounting, Section 78B-6-1242 - Interests of minor - Payment to guardian, Section 78B-6-1243 - Partition - Payment of costs - Enforcement of judgment, Section 78B-6-1244 - One referee instead of three allowed by consent, Section 78B-6-1245 - Lien for costs and expenses advanced by one for benefit of all, Section 78B-6-1246 - Abstract of title - Costs and inspection, Section 78B-6-1247 - Interest on advances to be allowed, Section 78B-6-1301 - Quiet title - Action to determine adverse claim to property, Section 78B-6-1303 - Lis pendens - Notice, Section 78B-6-1304 - Motions related to a notice of pendency of an action, Section 78B-6-1304.5 - Civil liability for recording wrongful notice of pendency -Damages, Section 78B-6-1305 - Disclaimer or default by defendant - Costs, Section 78B-6-1306 - Termination of title pending action - Judgment - Damages, Section 78B-6-1307 - Setoff or counterclaim for improvements made, Section 78B-6-1308 - Right of entry pending action for purposes of action, Section 78B-6-1309 - Order for entry - Liability for injuries, Section 78B-6-1310 - Mortgage not considered a conveyance - Foreclosure necessary, Section 78B-6-1311 - Alienation pending action not to prejudice recovery, Section 78B-6-1312 - Actions respecting mining claims - Proof of customs and usage admissible, Section 78B-6-1313 - Temporary injunction in actions involving title to mining claims, Section 78B-6-1314 - Service of summons and conclusiveness of judgment, Section 78B-6-1315 - Judgment on default - Court must require evidence - Conclusiveness of judgment, Section 78B-6-1405 - Counter actions - Attorney fees - Damages, Section 78B-6-1503 - Required disclosures to payee, Section 78B-6-1504 - Approval of transfers of structured settlement payment rights, Section 78B-6-1505 - Effects of transfer of structured settlement payment rights, Section 78B-6-1506 - Procedure for approval of transfers, Section 78B-6-1507 - General provisions - Construction, Section 78B-6-1603 - Citation - Civil penalty, Section 78B-6-1604 - Collection of civil penalty, Section 78B-6-1605 - Reservation of legal options - Ordinances, Section 78B-6-1701 - Cause of action for identity theft, Section 78B-6-1804 - Date and duration of judgment, Section 78B-6-1903 - Prohibition against distribution of demand letters containing bad faith assertions of patent infringement, Section 78B-6-1904 - Action - Enforcement - Remedies - Damages, Section 78B-6-2002 - Legislative findings - Purpose, Section 78B-6-2004 - Required disclosures by plaintiff, Section 78B-6-2005 - Discovery - Use of materials, Section 78B-6-2006 - Scheduling trial - Stay of action, Section 78B-6-2007 - Identification of additional or alternative asbestos trusts by defendant, Section 78B-6-2008 - Valuation of asbestos trust claims, Section 78B-6-2009 - Failure to provide information - Sanctions, Section 78B-6-2103 - Liability - Safe harbor, Section 78B-6-2104 - Damages - Class action, Section 78B-6-2105 - Civil action for enforcement - Penalties. 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