(a) For the purposes of an appeal, either party may except to a decision on a matter
of law arising upon a trial by the court within 10 days after the judgment, in the
same manner and with the same effect as upon a trial by jury. Where the decision does not authorize a final judgment, but directs further proceedings
before a referee or otherwise, either party may except thereto, and make a case or
exception as above provided in case of an appeal.
(b) Either party desiring a review, upon the evidence appearing on the trial of the
questions of law, may at any time within 10 days after the judgment, or within such
time as is prescribed by the rules of the court, make a case or exceptions in like
manner as upon a trial by jury, except that the judge in settling the case must briefly
specify the facts found by him, and his conclusions of law.
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