Vermont Statutes Title 15. Domestic Relations, § 591. Jurisdiction and power of courts

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Superior courts shall hear and determine complaints for divorce and for affirming or annulling the civil marriage contract and may issue process of attachment, execution, and other proper process necessary for the dispatch and final determination of such causes.  The judges of the superior court shall be triers of questions of fact as well as of law.  Their determination of questions of fact shall be final, and exceptions may be taken and questions of law heard in the supreme court as in other causes.

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