26. Finding and evidence to be put on record. Objections to finding.
(1) Such evidence and findings shall form part of the record in the suit; and either party may within a time to be fixed by the Appellate Court, present a memorandum of objections to any finding.
(2) Determination of appeal- After the expiration of the period so fixed for presenting such memorandum the Appellate Court shall proceed to determine the appeal.
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