Each referee, before acting, shall take and subscribe an oath or affirmation before
some authorized officer, which must be filed with the clerk of the court that appointed
the referee, that the referee will honestly, impartially, and faithfully perform the
duties of referee in the action or matter referred to the referee, as required by
law, to the best of the referee's knowledge and ability.
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