Although a settled account1 between the partners is a good ground of defence to a claim for an account2, in special circumstances the court may reopen the accounts or give liberty to surcharge and falsify3. Settled accounts are not usually reopened in toto except upon the ground of fraud, or numerous and important errors, or mistakes affecting the whole account
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