Reports of cases in bankruptcy: argued and determined in the Court of Review, and on appeal before the Lord Chancellor, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Saunders and Benning, 1833 - Bankruptcy
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Page 124 - I think, therefore, that the three-fourth shares of the ship, at the time of the act of bankruptcy, were in the order and disposition of the bankrupt, with the consent of the true owner...
Page 15 - The plaintiff claims as follows : 1. That an account may be taken of what is due to the plaintiff for principal...
Page 532 - And be it enacted, that it shall be lawful for the commissioners, before the choice of assignees, and after such choice, for the assignees, with the approbation of the commissioners, testified in writing under their hands, from time to time to make such allowance to the bankrupt out of his estate, until he shall have passed his last examination, as shall be necessary for the support of himself and his family.
Page 681 - And be it further enacted, that this act shall be deemed and taken to be a public act, and shall be judicially taken notice of as such by all judges, justices, and others, without being specially pleaded.
Page 153 - ... a bankrupt, and the three bills having come to the possession of his assignees, must be considered as goods and chattels in the order and disposition of the bankrupt, at the time of the bankruptcy, within the meaning of the Bankrupt Act.
Page 34 - ... disposition of the bankrupt by the consent of the true owner at the time of the bankruptcy ; and unless it be in the possession, order, and disposition of the bankrupt at that time, the statute does not apply. Now I feel some difficulty in carrying this case to such an extent ; for the ship was not in the possession of the bankrupt at the time of his bankruptcy, but of Young the captain ; and the captain, it appears, knew that the ship had been assigned to the Sharpes, and that he should have...
Page 775 - ... shall be entitled to prove his demand in respect of such payment as a debt under the commission, not disturbing the former dividends, and may receive dividends with the other creditors, although he may have become surety...
Page 669 - ... any part of the cash, funds, or securities belonging to bankrupts estates or to suitors in matters of bankruptcy, and then standing in the name or to the credit of the said...
Page 91 - Chancellor, on the petition of the person entitled in possession to the receipt of the rents, issues and profits, dividends, interest or produce thereof, on due notice given to all other persons (if any) interested therein, to order the assignees and all persons whose act or consent thereto is necessary, to convey, assign or transfer the said estate...
Page 515 - That any Annuity Creditor of any Bankrupt, by whatever Assurance the same be secured, and whether there were or not any Arrears of such Annuity due at the Bankruptcy, shall be entitled to prove for the Value of such Annuity, which Value the Commissioner shall ascertain, regard being had to the original Price given for the said Annuity, deducting therefrom such Diminution in the Value thereof as shall have been caused by the Lapse of Time since the Grant thereof to the Date of the Commission.

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