For the purpose of effectuating the provisions of this chapter, the Court of Chancery
shall have, in addition to the jurisdiction and powers already conferred upon it,
general equity powers concerning the subject matter of this chapter and authority
to make any order or decree not inconsistent with the provisions of this chapter relating
to causes in partition, or matters incidental or pertaining thereto, which the right
or justice of the cause may demand. The Court of Chancery may make all rules and orders necessary for effectuating the
provisions of this chapter.
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