Heirs of DuBourg de St. Colombe v. United States
32 U.S. 625 (1833)

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Heirs of DuBourg de St. Colombe v. United States, 32 U.S. 7 Pet. 625 625 (1833)

Heirs of DuBourg de St. Colombe v. United States

32 U.S. (7 Pet.) 625

Syllabus

A complex and intricate account is an unfit subject for examination in a court, and ought always to be referred to a commissioner, to be examined by him and reported in order to a final decree. To such report the parties may take any exceptions, and thus bring any question they may think proper before the court.

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