Reports of Cases in Bankruptcy: Decided by the Lord Chancellor Cottenham and the Court of Review

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Henry Butterworth, 1840 - Bankruptcy - 775 pages
 

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Page 234 - ... all executions and attachments against the lands and tenements or goods and chattels of such bankrupt, bond fide executed or levicd before the date and issuing of the fiat, shall be deemed to be valid, notwithstanding any prior act of bankruptcy by such bankrupt committed...
Page 325 - ... that if any such trader shall file, in the office of the lord chancellor's secretary of bankrupts, a declaration in writing, signed by such trader, and attested by an attorney or solicitor, that he is insolvent...
Page 47 - Moveable, of such Person, all Sums of Money remaining due which such Person received by virtue of his said Office or Employment, before any other of his Debts are paid or satisfied...
Page 492 - ... or secure or compound for the same to the satisfaction of such creditor or creditors, or enter into a bond...
Page 488 - And then it is provided, in the third section, " that all such matters to be heard and determined in the said Court of Review shall be brought on by way of petition, motion, or special case...
Page 489 - Provided always, that nothing herein contained shall be construed to extend to any oath, affidavit, or solemn affirmation before any justice in any matter or thing touching the preservation of the peace, or the prosecution, trial, or punishment of offences...
Page 488 - That any body politic or corporate, or society, or company, or partnership, although consisting of more than six persons, may carry on the trade or business of banking in London, or within sixty-five miles thereof...
Page 563 - That execution upon any judgment in any action obtained against any public officer for the time being of any such corporation or copartnership...
Page 351 - ... than the other creditors, such payment, gift, delivery, satisfaction, or security shall be an act of bankruptcy; and, if any commission shall have issued upon the docket so struck as aforesaid, the Lord Chancellor may either declare such commission to be valid, and direct the same to be proceeded in, or may order it to be superseded, and a new commission may issue...
Page 561 - And be it further enacted, that all actions and suits, and also all petitions to found any commission of bankruptcy against any person or persons who may be at any time indebted to any such copartnership carrying on business under the provisions of this Act...

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