New Cases Selected Chiefly from Decisions of the Courts of the State of New York Volume 29

New Cases Selected Chiefly from Decisions of the Courts of the State of New York Volume 29

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...to it; that is, by filing exceptions with the clerk within eight days after notice received of the filing of the report, pursuant to the 32d of the present I860 rules of the court corresponding to the no Chancery Rule." I Van Stznr: /oord' Eq. 565. No'rF..--'I'he 32d Rule above referred to is now substantially contained in the 30th Rule of the present rules of the court. The itoth Rule of the Rules of Chancery in this State I830 was as follows: " After the report is filed either party may have an order of course to confirm the same, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown in eight days; and if no exceptions are filed and served within that time, the order shall become absolute. of course, without notice or further order-; or either party may file exceptions and have an order of course to confirm the report so far as the same is not excepted to and with like effect."--d/rcentscIz'n_g mmler to revise In' rz';$ort. I V an Saul: /oorrfs E7. 565. "By the former practice, and it is presumed also by the present, the court will sometimes direct the master (referee) to review his report, without requiring exceptions to be taken; or if taken, will direct it to be reviewed upon other grounds than those covered by the exceptions."---rat/1'r1/ing-wit/zaut e.rceplz'ans. " But it is sometimes unnecessary on the allowance of an exception to send back the report for review. Thus the court may modify a report as to the amount of damages, and settle the account itself without referring it back to the referee." Equi/y pra/: lz'ce in 1'/ztzrlorulnry refrrencea I Van Santa/00rd' Ey. 522. says: "The general powers of referees on interlocutory orders are not prescribed in any section of the Code oshow more

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