THE BANKRUPTCY ACT.
Some important bankruptcy business is to be heard before Judge Ward at Lawrence next week, arising out of the bankruptcy of Robert Fergusson. Application will be made to set aside two payments made by the bankrupt shortly before his adjudication to the extent of about L 300; and a motion will also be heard to set aside the sale of the estate to Mr J. C. Arbuckle, the ground on which the sale is attacked being that, as Mr Arbuckle was the supervisor he could not become thepurchaser of the estate. The debtor will also be publicly examined, and charges brought against him under the summary clauses of the Act, Mr Fraser is to appear for the creditors in respect to the lastmentioned matter; and in each of the other applications Sir R. Stout will appear on one side and Mr Solomon on the other.
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THE BANKRUPTCY ACT., Evening Star, Issue 8023, 27 September 1889
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT. Evening Star, Issue 8023, 27 September 1889
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