No motion to confirm decision of referee to hear and determine

Alleyne v Grant, ___ AD3d ___, ___ NYS2d ___, 2015 NY Slip Op 00321 [2nd Dept., 2015]
Where the parties have consented to trial by a referee to hear and determine (rather than to merely hear and report) the determination of the referee “shall stand as the decision of a court.” (CPLR 4319) Therefore, no motion to confirm the determination is necessary.

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