103.58 Injunctions: contents. Except as provided in s. 103.56 no, any restraining order or temporary or permanent injunction shall be granted in a case involving or growing out of a labor dispute, except is subject to all of the following:
(1) The order or injunction may be granted only on the basis of findings of fact made and filed by the court in the record of the case prior to the issuance of such restraining the order or injunction; and every restraining.
(2) The order or injunction granted in a case involving or growing out of a labor dispute shall include only a prohibition of such those specific act or acts as may be that are expressly complained of in the bill of complaint or petition filed in such the case and expressly included in said findings of fact made and filed by the court as provided herein; and under sub. (1).
(3) The order or injunction shall be binding only upon the parties to the suit, their agents, servants, employes and attorneys, or those in active concert and participation with them, and who shall by personal service or otherwise have received actual notice of the same order or injunction.
Note: Subdivides provision and replaces language and nonspecific references with specific references for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,98 Section 98. 103.59 of the statutes is amended to read:
103.59 Injunctions: appeals. If any court issues or denies any temporary injunction in a case involving or growing out of a labor dispute, the court shall, upon the request of any party to the proceedings, and on filing the usual bond for costs, forthwith immediately certify the entire record of the case, including a transcript of the evidence taken, to the appropriate appellate court for its review. Upon the filing of the record in the appropriate appellate court, the appeal shall be given preference.
Note: Replaces language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,99 Section 99. 103.60 (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
103.60Contempt cases. (intro.) If a person is charged with contempt under this chapter for violation of a restraining order or injunction issued by a court or judge or judges thereof, the accused shall enjoy all of the following:
Note: Deletes redundant language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,100 Section 100. 103.60 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
103.60 (1) The rights as to admission to bail that are accorded to persons accused of a crime.
Note: Deletes redundant language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,101 Section 101. 103.60 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
103.60 (2) The right to be notified of the accusation and a reasonable time to make a defense, provided if the alleged contempt is not committed in the immediate view or presence of the court.
Note: Replaces language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,102 Section 102. 103.60 (3) of the statutes is amended to read:
103.60 (3) Upon demand, the right to a speedy and public trial by an impartial jury of the county in which the contempt was committed, provided except that this requirement shall not be construed to does not apply to contempts committed in the presence of the court or so near thereto to the court as to interfere directly with the administration of justice or to apply to the misbehavior, misconduct or disobedience of any officer of the court in respect to the writs, orders or process of the court. All contempt proceedings brought for the alleged violation of any such restraining order or injunction are independent, original, special proceedings and shall require a unanimous finding of the jury.
Note: Replaces language and nonspecific references with specific references for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,103 Section 103. 103.61 of the statutes is amended to read:
103.61 Punishment for contempt. Punishment for a contempt, specified in s. 103.60, may be by fine, not exceeding $25, or by imprisonment not exceeding ten 10 days, in the jail of the county where the court is sitting, or both, in the discretion of the court. Where If a person is committed to jail, for the nonpayment of such a fine imposed under this section, the person must be discharged at the expiration of fifteen 15 days; but where except that if the person is also committed for a definite time, the fifteen 15 days must be computed from the expiration of the definite time.
Note: Replaces nonspecific reference with specific reference and word form of numbers with digits for greater conformity with current style.
253,104 Section 104. 103.62 (intro.), (1) (intro.), (a), (b) and (d), (2) and (3) of the statutes are renumbered 103.505 (intro.), (1) (intro.), (a), (b) and (d), (2) and (3), and 103.505 (intro.), (1) (d), (2) and (3) of the statutes, as renumbered, are amended to read:
103.505 (title) Definitions Collective bargaining; definitions. (intro.) When used in ss. 103.51 103.505 to 103.62 103.61, and for the purposes of these those sections:
(1) (d) Between any conflicting or competing interests in a "labor dispute", as defined in sub. (3), of "persons participating or interested" therein, as defined in sub. (2) in the labor dispute.
(2) A person or association shall be held to be a person participating or interested in a labor dispute if relief is sought against the person or association and if the person or association is engaged in the industry, trade, craft, or occupation in which such the labor dispute occurs, or is a member, officer, or agent of any association of employers or employes engaged in such that industry, trade, craft, or occupation.
(3) The term "labor "Labor dispute" means any controversy between an employer and the majority of the employer's employes in a collective bargaining unit concerning the right or process or details of collective bargaining or the designation of representatives. Any organization with which either the employer or such the majority of the employer's employes is affiliated may be considered a party to the labor dispute. The provisions of this subsection shall supersede any provision of the statutes in conflict therewith.
Note: Renumbers provision for proper location; replaces nonspecific references with specific references, amends the title and deletes quotation marks and redundant language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,105 Section 105. 103.62 (1) (c) of the statutes, as affected by 1997 Wisconsin Act 35, is renumbered 103.505 (1) (c).
Note: See the note to the previous section of this bill.
253,106 Section 106. 111.01 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
111.01 (1) It recognizes that there are three 3 major interests involved, namely: That of the public, the employe, and the employer. These three 3 interests are to a considerable extent interrelated. It is the policy of the state to protect and promote each of these interests with due regard to the situation and to the rights of the others.
Note: Replaces word form of numbers with digits for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,107 Section 107. 111.63 of the statutes is amended to read:
111.63 Enforcement. The commission shall have the responsibility for enforcement of enforce compliance with the provisions of this subchapter and to that end may file an action in the circuit court of the county in which any such violation of this subchapter occurs to restrain and enjoin such the violation and to compel the performance of the duties imposed by this subchapter. In any such action the provisions of ss. 103.51 to 103.62 shall described in this section, ss. 103.505 to 103.61 do not apply.
Note: Reflects the renumbering of s. 103.62, deletes redundant language and replaces nonspecific reference with specific references for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,108 Section 108. 112.01 (1) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
112.01 (1) (d) "Person" includes a corporation, limited liability company, partnership, or other association, or two 2 or more persons having a joint or common interest.
Note: Replaces word form of numbers with digits for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,109 Section 109. 114.33 (6) of the statutes is renumbered 114.33 (6) (a) and amended to read:
114.33 (6) (a) For the purposes of carrying out this section and ss. 114.35 and 114.37, the secretary may acquire by gift, devise, purchase or condemnation any lands for establishing, protecting, laying out, enlarging, extending, constructing, reconstructing, improving and maintaining airports, or interests in lands in and about airports, and after establishment, layout and. After completion of such the improvements, the secretary may convey as provided in this subsection lands thus that were acquired and under this subsection, but were not necessary for the airport improvements, with. The conveyances may be made with reservations concerning the future use and occupation of those lands so as to protect the airports and improvements and their environs and to preserve the view, appearance, light, air and usefulness of the airports.
(b) Whenever the secretary deems considers it necessary to acquire any lands or interests in lands for any of those the purposes described in par. (a), the secretary shall so order and in the order, or on a map or plat, show the lands and interests required. The secretary shall file a copy of the order and map with the county clerk of each county in which the lands or interests are required. For the purposes of this section the secretary may acquire private or public lands or interests therein. When so provided in the secretary's order, the land shall be acquired in fee simple. Unless the secretary elects to proceed under sub. (3), the secretary shall endeavor attempt to obtain easements or title in fee simple by conveyance of the lands or interests required at a price, including any damages, deemed considered reasonable by the secretary. The instrument of conveyance shall name the state as grantee and shall be recorded in the office of the register of deeds. The purchase or acquisition of lands or interests therein in lands under this section is excepted and exempt from s. 20.914 (1).
(c) The secretary may purchase or accept donations of remnants of tracts or parcels of land existing at the time or after the secretary has acquired portions of tracts or parcels, by purchase or condemnation for airport purposes, where in the judgment of the secretary such action the acquisition of the tracts or parcels would assist in making whole the land owner landowner, a part of whose lands have been taken for airport purposes and would serve to minimize the overall cost of such the taking by the public.
Note: Subdivides provision and replaces nonspecific references with specific references and other language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,110 Section 110. 128.001 of the statutes is created to read:
128.001 Definitions. In this chapter:
(2) Petition. "Petition" means a petition for the appointment of a receiver under this chapter.
Note: Creates a definition section for the proper location of definitions in ch. 128. The term "petition" is used throughout the chapter without specifying what is being petitioned for. According to legislative counsel notes in the drafting files to chapter 289, Laws of 1969, all references to petition are to petitions for the appointment of a receiver. See also the treatment of s. 128.04 by this bill.
253,111 Section 111. 128.02 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
128.02 (2) No assignment shall be void because of any defect, informality or mistake therein in the assignment or in the bond, inventory or list of creditors accompanying the same; and the assignment. The court may direct the amendment of the assignment or of any other paper document to effect the intention of the assignor or assignee, or to obtain a distribution of the assignor's assets as provided in this chapter, and any such amendment shall relate back to the time of the execution of the paper document. No mistake in filing a copy instead of an original or any like mistake or inadvertent failure to comply with the provisions of this chapter shall void the assignment.
(3) (a) No creditor shall, in case a debtor has attempted to make an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or in case of the insolvency of any debtor, by attachment, garnishment or otherwise, obtain priority over other creditors upon such the assignment being adjudged void, or in consequence of any sale, lien or security being adjudged void; but in.
(b) In all such cases described in par. (a), the property of such the debtor shall be administered for the ratable benefit of all of the debtor's creditors under the direction of the court by the assignee or by a receiver.
Note: Subdivides provision, inserts specific references and cross-references and replaces other language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,112 Section 112. 128.03 of the statutes is amended to read:
128.03 Liens by legal proceedings; assignment. When a lien has been obtained by legal proceedings against the property of a debtor the debtor may, within thirty 30 days thereafter, make an assignment of all of the debtor's nonexempt property for the benefit of all of the debtor's creditors, whereupon such the lien shall be dissolved and the property shall be turned over to the assignee.
Note: Replaces word form of numbers with digits and other language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,113 Section 113. 128.04 of the statutes is renumbered 128.001 (1) (intro.) and amended to read:
128.001 (1) (title) Definition of insolvency; time Insolvent. (intro.) A person shall be deemed is considered "insolvent within the provisions of this chapter" whenever any of the following conditions is met:
(a) The aggregate of the person's property, exclusive of any property which that the person may have conveyed, transferred, concealed or removed, or permitted to be concealed or removed, with intent to defraud, hinder or delay the person's creditors, shall not, at a fair valuation be sufficient in amount to pay the person's debts, or if an.
(b) An execution be against the person or the person's property is returned unsatisfied or if the.
(c) The person shall make makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors.
Note: Repositions and subdivides provision and replaces language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,114 Section 114. 128.05 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
128.05 (1) The assignee shall indorse endorse in writing the assignee's acceptance of the assignment, and shall file such the assignment with the clerk of the circuit court in the county where the debtor has his or her residence or principal place of business. The court shall, upon the filing of such the assignment, order such the assignee to administer the debtor's estate pursuant to this chapter, and the assignee shall be vested with the powers of a receiver.
Note: Replaces disfavored term.
253,115 Section 115. 128.05 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
128.05 (2) A certified copy thereof of an assignment filed under sub. (1) may be recorded in the office of the register of deeds of any county wherein lands are conveyed by such the assignment in the same manner and with the same effect as other conveyances.
Note: Inserts specific cross-reference and replaces disfavored term.
253,116 Section 116. 128.07 (1) (intro.) and (b) of the statutes are created to read:
128.07 (1) Definitions. (intro.) In this section:
(b) "Recipient" means a person who receives a preference, or benefits from a preference, or that person's agent.
Note: Creates a definition subsection for the proper location of definitions in s. 128.07. The definition of "recipient" is created from language in sub.(2) in order to simplify and improve the clarity and readability of sub. (2).
253,117 Section 117. 128.07 (1) of the statutes is renumbered 128.07 (1) (a) and amended to read:
128.07 (1) (a) A person shall be deemed considered to have given a preference if, being insolvent, the person has made a transfer of any of his or her property, or has procured or suffered permitted a judgment to be entered against him or her in favor of any other person, and the effect of the transfer or the enforcement of the judgment will be to enable any one of his or her creditors creditor to obtain a greater percentage of his or her debt than any other of such creditors creditor of the same class.
Note: Moves definition to definitions subsection. Replaces disfavored terms.
253,118 Section 118. 128.07 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
128.07 (2) If the debtor shall have has given a preference within four 4 months before the filing of a petition, or an assignment, or after the filing of the petition and before the appointment of a receiver, or after the filing of an assignment and before the qualification of the assignee, and the person receiving it, or to be benefited thereby, or his or her agent acting therein, shall have had recipient has reasonable cause to believe that the enforcement of such the judgment or transfer would effect a preference, it the judgment shall be voidable by the receiver or assignee, and the receiver or assignee may recover the property or its value from such person the recipient.
Note: Deletes language moved to sub. (1) (a) and replaces word form of number with digits and other language for greater readability and conformity with current style. See also the previous section of this bill.
253,119 Section 119. 128.07 (3) of the statutes is renumbered 128.07 (1) (c) 1. (intro.) and amended to read:
128.07 (1) (c) 1. (intro.) "Transfer" means the any of the following, whether made absolutely or conditionally, voluntarily or involuntarily, by or without judicial proceedings, as a conveyance, sale, assignment, payment, pledge, mortgage, lien, encumbrance, gift, security or otherwise:
a. The sale or other disposal of or of parting with property or with, an interest therein in property or with the possession thereof or the of property.
b. The fixing of a lien upon property or upon an interest therein, absolutely or conditionally, voluntarily or involuntarily, by or without judicial proceedings, as a conveyance, sale, assignment, payment, pledge, mortgage, lien, encumbrance, gift, security or otherwise in property.
2. The retention of a security title to property delivered to a debtor shall be deemed considered a transfer suffered permitted by such the debtor.
Note: Repositions and subdivides provision, repositions text and replaces disfavored language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
253,120 Section 120. 128.07 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
128.07 (4) A transfer of property other than real property shall be deemed considered to have been made or suffered permitted at the time when it became so far perfected that no subsequent lien upon such the property obtainable by legal or equitable proceedings on a simple contract could become superior to the rights of the transferee. A transfer of real property shall be deemed considered to have been made or suffered permitted when it became so far perfected that no subsequent bona fide purchase from the debtor could create rights in such the property superior to the rights of the transferee. If any transfer of real property is not so perfected against a bona fide purchase, or if any transfer of other property is not so perfected against such liens by legal or equitable proceedings prior to the filing of a petition initiating a proceeding in insolvency, it shall be deemed considered to have been made immediately before the filing of the petition.
Note: Replaces disfavored terms.
253,121 Section 121. 128.11 of the statutes is amended to read:
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