2011 Connecticut Code
Sec. 52-401. Court to settle terms of accounting. In any judgment or decree for an accounting, the court shall determine the terms and principles upon which such accounting shall be had.
Title 52 Civil Actions
Chapter 907 Actions for Accounting
Sec. 52-401. Court to settle terms of accounting.
(1949 Rev., S. 8145.)
Court may find that building erected by husband on land owned by him and his wife is vested in them as cotenants. 82 C. 424. Concurrent jurisdiction of superior and probate courts in claim of cestui que trust for accounting. 102 C. 121; 104 C. 190. Refusal to order account is a final judgment from which an appeal lies. 102 C. 122. Lies to compel husband to account for wife's funds given him for investment. 104 C. 187.
Cited. 5 CA 457. Role of auditor is as a trier of fact. 121 CA 96.
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