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BANKRUPTCY PROCEDURE.

— - — ■ ♦* * ' (FIB PE3WB ASSOCIATION.) "Welunqtoit, Jane 7. In the Bftnktaptov Ooact the lolloltof for « bankrupt Bald he had , been notified by ooaoielfor the or editor a th»t ohtrgei • wo aid be preferred ftgithat the brnkcapt. : The Oouel wonld be tsksd to dlfeot thtt the bwakrapt. having baan guilty of mUdeme%not shoald be proaeoated and.oom* mitted for trl»L He aikedhia Honor to i Bay that the bankrupt mrut.be'proieoated ' In the M»glatrate'« Oonrtln the aaaal way. Jadge ßichmond aaid that wai hl§ opinion* He objaoted to take the plaae of the Magistrate. The parties should follow ' the ordinary bonrae of orlminal law, and not come to that Oonrt to enroke aammary i proaeoatlob. He ceold not deollne jnrli- . dlouonj bat If the oredlton had a oasa against the bankrupt, which could be pro* ' aecated by Indictment, It waivery nndeelrable they ahoold also attempt to proaeonte lommarlly. He might have to try a man he had himself oomtnlttecl for trial. ..... ; ... -: .,..

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BANKRUPTCY PROCEDURE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889

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BANKRUPTCY PROCEDURE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2145, 7 June 1889

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