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      Sec. 52-549s. Consideration of finding by court. Objections. Authority of court re finding. (a) Not less than fourteen days after the filing of the finding, the clerk shall schedule the matter for consideration by the court. The parties may file objections to the acceptance of the finding of fact in accordance with rules established by the judges of the Superior Court. The court may (1) render judgment in accordance with the finding; (2) reject the finding and remand the case to the fact-finder who originally heard the matter for a rehearing on all or part of the finding of fact; (3) reject the finding and remand the matter to another fact-finder for a rehearing; (4) reject the finding and revoke the reference or (5) take any other action the court may deem necessary.

      (b) The court may correct a finding at any time before the acceptance of the finding, upon the written stipulation of the parties.

      (c) The fact-finder shall not be called as a witness, nor shall the decision of the fact-finder be admitted in evidence at another proceeding ordered by the court.

      (P.A. 82-441, S. 5, 23.)

      History: P.A. 82-441, S. 5 effective July 1, 1983.

      Cited. 199 C. 496.

      Cited. 20 CA 420.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Connecticut > Title52 > Chap922b > Sec52-549s

      Sec. 52-549s. Consideration of finding by court. Objections. Authority of court re finding. (a) Not less than fourteen days after the filing of the finding, the clerk shall schedule the matter for consideration by the court. The parties may file objections to the acceptance of the finding of fact in accordance with rules established by the judges of the Superior Court. The court may (1) render judgment in accordance with the finding; (2) reject the finding and remand the case to the fact-finder who originally heard the matter for a rehearing on all or part of the finding of fact; (3) reject the finding and remand the matter to another fact-finder for a rehearing; (4) reject the finding and revoke the reference or (5) take any other action the court may deem necessary.

      (b) The court may correct a finding at any time before the acceptance of the finding, upon the written stipulation of the parties.

      (c) The fact-finder shall not be called as a witness, nor shall the decision of the fact-finder be admitted in evidence at another proceeding ordered by the court.

      (P.A. 82-441, S. 5, 23.)

      History: P.A. 82-441, S. 5 effective July 1, 1983.

      Cited. 199 C. 496.

      Cited. 20 CA 420.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Connecticut > Title52 > Chap922b > Sec52-549s

      Sec. 52-549s. Consideration of finding by court. Objections. Authority of court re finding. (a) Not less than fourteen days after the filing of the finding, the clerk shall schedule the matter for consideration by the court. The parties may file objections to the acceptance of the finding of fact in accordance with rules established by the judges of the Superior Court. The court may (1) render judgment in accordance with the finding; (2) reject the finding and remand the case to the fact-finder who originally heard the matter for a rehearing on all or part of the finding of fact; (3) reject the finding and remand the matter to another fact-finder for a rehearing; (4) reject the finding and revoke the reference or (5) take any other action the court may deem necessary.

      (b) The court may correct a finding at any time before the acceptance of the finding, upon the written stipulation of the parties.

      (c) The fact-finder shall not be called as a witness, nor shall the decision of the fact-finder be admitted in evidence at another proceeding ordered by the court.

      (P.A. 82-441, S. 5, 23.)

      History: P.A. 82-441, S. 5 effective July 1, 1983.

      Cited. 199 C. 496.

      Cited. 20 CA 420.

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