fix and determine their respective financial responsibilities and obligations.
The circumstances and details of the divers business relations between bankrupt and Isaly were fully and exhaustively presented by the parties and considered by the referee.
The court must pass upon the referee's findings of fact, adopt or modify them, or, if necessary, make findings of its own. Moonblatt v. Kosmin, 3 Cir., 139 F.2d 412.
The findings of a referee in bankruptcy on oral evidence are entitled to great weight and should be accepted except for a plain mistake which would result in the defeat of justice. In re Wolf, 3 Cir., 165 F.2d 707.
The referee has seen and heard the witnesses and has determined their credibility, and I believe the record reflects a sound and sufficient basis to support his findings and conclusions.
An appropriate order is entered.
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