The rectification or rendering nugatory of a defect in the pleadings by the rendition of a verdict; the court will presume, after a verdict, that the particular thing omitted or defectively stated in the pleadings was duly proved at the trial. State v. Keena, 63 Conn. 329, 28 Atl. 522; Alford v. Raker, 53 Ind. 279; Treanor v. Houghton, 103 Cal. 53, 36 Pac. 1081.
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