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THE BANKRUPTCY LAW.

STATEMENT BY THE ATTORNEYGENERAL. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, this day. With reference to the criticisms of the Chambers of Commerce Conference on the bankruptcy law and its administration, Dr. Findlay informed a "Post" reporter that for past weeks he had been receiving suggestions on the subject from various quarters, and had been in cooperation with the Crown Law Office considering which suggestions should be adopted. Already a good deal of material had been completed, and he had in preparation draft amendments of the law, which were to be submitted to Cabinet for consideration. The question of the administration of the Act was also being considered.

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THE BANKRUPTCY LAW. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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