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  • 17 In case of a contest, the court may do one or more of the following as the circumstances of each case render just or expedient:
  • (a) decide the question of title on the evidence before it;
  • (b) direct any issue of fact to be tried by a jury;
  • (c) refer any matter to a mode of investigation which is usual in other cases or which it considers expedient, and defer granting the declaration until afterwards.