account defined in 1939 yearaccount - Account (Lat. ad, to; computare, to reckon);
account - In English law a settled account is a statement of accounts between two parties which is agreed to and accepted by both as correct. An action by the creditor will lie on this on "an account stated." An action for an account may be brought by anyone who alleges that another owes him money on dealings between them which have resulted in indebtedness by the defendant to the plaintiff: and in such an action the defendant will, on a prima facie case being 'made out, be compelled to disclose all dealings. For example, if A has agreed to pay a commission to B on all orders given by customers introduced by B to A, B can bring an action for an account of the orders given and their amount. Such actions are almost invariably tried by an official referee, or by a master in chambers.
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