California Code of Civil Procedure 873.950 is the California partition statute that allows parties or the partition referee to confirm, modify, or set aside the report in a partition by appraisal:
Any party to the agreement or the referee, upon 10 days’ notice to the referee if the referee is not the moving party and to the other parties to the agreement, may move the court to confirm, modify, or set aside the report.California Code of Civil Procedure 873.950
This statute grants parties or the partition referee the power to decide how to proceed with the referee’s report.
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