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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 570. Liens § 570.423

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Sec. 23.  Complainant, or intervenor, may except to the answer, and either party may except to answer to interrogatories, for irrelevancy, or want of fullness, distinctness, and such exceptions may be noticed for hearing in term, or at chambers.

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