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This paper discusses the kinds of cases in which a trial judge is required to make findings of fact and conclusions of law.
This paper reviews the court’s inherent authority to act when no procedure is provided by statute or rule to address the situation facing the court. It discusses the particular circumstances in which such inherent authority has been applied and also notes the limitations on the court’s power when it intrudes on legislative or executive authority.