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" Unliquidated claims against the bankrupt may, pursuant to application to the court, be liquidated in such manner as it shall direct, and may thereafter be proved and allowed against his estate. "
The Atlantic Reporter - Página 120
1916
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The Federal Reporter, Volumen116

1902
...open account, or upon a contract express or implied, (b) Unliquidated claims against the bankrupt may, pursuant to application to the court, be liquidated in such manner as it shall direct, and may hereafter be proved and allowed against his estate." The question as to what constitutes a provable...
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volúmenes105-106

1901
...then payable, and did not bear interest. » » * "(b) Unliquidated claims against the banknipt may, pursuant to application to the court, be liquidated in such manner as It shall elect, and may thereafter be proved and allowed against his estate." Subdivisions 2, 3, 4, and 5 of...
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volúmenes149-150

1907
...And while it is further provided by subsection b that "unliquidated claims against the bankrupt may, pursuant to application to the court be liquidated in such manner as it may direct, and may therefore be proved and allowed against his estate," this docs not make claims...
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Harvard Law Review, Volumen27

1914
...territory of such sovereign, 7 should be nothing u i 63, b. "Unjiquidated claims against the bankrupt may, pursuant to application to the court, be liquidated in such manner as it shall direct, and may thereafter be proved and allowed against his estate." 1 Munro r. Monro. 7 Cl. & F. 842; Mitchell...
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The Southern Reporter, Volumen54

1911
...the provable claims. Section 63 provides as follows: "Unliquidated claims against the bankrupt may, pursuant to application to the court be liquidated In such manner as It may direct, and may thereafter be proved and allowed against his estate." These sections were under...
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The Law of Bankruptcy: Including the National Bankruptcy Law of 1898

Edwin Charles Brandenburg - 1898 - 692 páginas
...when such decree is finally confirmed. (Sec. 1 — 2.) Non-liquidated claims against the estate may, pursuant to application to the court, be liquidated in such manner as it shall direct, and may thereafter be allowed and proved against the estate. (Sec. 63b.) Stay of suits — Jurisdiction...
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National Bankruptcy Law: Approved July 1, 1898. Uniform System of Bankruptcy

United States - 1898 - 32 páginas
...and up to the time of the entry of such judgments. b Unliquidated claims against the bankrupt may, pursuant to application to the court, be liquidated in such manner as it shall direct, and may thereafter be proved and allowed against his estate. Sec. 64. Debts which have Priority. — a...
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A Handbook of Bankruptcy Law: Embodying the Full Text of the Act of Congress ...

Henry Campbell Black - 1898 - 326 páginas
...and up to the time of the entry of such judgments. b Unliquidated claims against the bankrupt may, pursuant to application to the court, be liquidated in such manner as it shall direct, and may thereafter be proved and allowed against his estate. Provable Debts. As a general rule, every debt...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events: Embracing ...

1899
...up to the time of the entry of such judgments. "¿>. Unliquidated claims against the bankrupt may. pursuant to application to the court, be liquidated in such manner as it shall direct, and may thereafter be proved and allowed against his estate. " SEC. 64. Debts which have priority. —...
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The National Bankruptcy Act of 1898: With Notes, Procedure, and Forms

John Adriance Bush, United States - 1899 - 651 páginas
...and up to the time of the entry of such judgments. (b.) Unliquidated claims against the bankrupt may, pursuant to application to the court, be liquidated in such manner as it shall direct, and may thereafter be proved and allowed against his estate. § 64. Debts which have Priority. — (a.)...
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