What is COUNT UPON A STATUTE?

Counting upon a statute consists in making express reference to it, as by the words “against the form of the statute” (or “by the force of the statute”) “in such case made and provided.” Richardson v. Fletcher, 74 Vt 417, 52 Atl. 1004.

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