Excerpt from The New Hampshire Reports, Vol. 68: June, 1894-June, 1896
A referee appointed under P. S., c. 227, s. 9, sustains toward the cause, the parties and the court the position of an arbitrator at common law. With such restriction of his powers and duties as the statute provides.
The rendition of judgment upon the report of a referee establishing a boun dary line is binding upon the parties and all who may claim under them.
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