Reports of Cases Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery: Before Sir William Page Wood, Knt., Vice-chancellor. [1854-1858], 3. köide

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Page 297 - Court, in cases where it shall think fit so to do, to direct that in taking the account, the books of account in which the accounts required to be taken have been kept, or any of them, shall be taken as primd facie evidence of the truth of the matters therein contained, with liberty to the parties interested to take such objections thereto as they may be advised.
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