A Digest of the Bankruptcy Decisions Under the National Bankruptcy Act of 1898; Reported in the American Bankruptcy Reports. Volumes 1 to 35, Inclusive, with a Table of the Cases Digested and a Table of Sections of the Act of Volume 1

A Digest of the Bankruptcy Decisions Under the National Bankruptcy Act of 1898; Reported in the American Bankruptcy Reports. Volumes 1 to 35, Inclusive, with a Table of the Cases Digested and a Table of Sections of the Act of Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...by the conditional vendor, has the same rights as a creditor holding a lien by legal proceedings; and it is not necessary to his rights that there should, in fact, have been such lien creditors when the petition in bankruptcy is filed. In re Dancy Hardware & Furniture Co., v. 28, p. 444. (D. C., Ark.) Under the law of Arkansas, a contract of conditional sale, although unrecorded, is valid as against the vendee's trustee in bankruptcy, and vests no title in the vendee, even as against bona, fide purchasers without notice, until performance of' the conditions. In re Lutz, v. 28, p. 649. (D. C., Conn.) Where goods are sold under a conditional bill of sale in a State where registration of such sales is not required, but by the contract of sale are to be delivered and used in another States in which registration is required, the law of the latter State prevails, and if by that law the title of the vendor is not good as against execution creditors, then the trustee of the bankrupt stands in the place of the creditors and has a good and absolute title to the goods. In re Yukon Woolen Co., v. 2, p. S05. See In re McKay, v. 1, p. 292; In re Bozeman. v. 2, p. 809; In re Ohio Co-operative Shear Co., v. 2, p. 775, and notes. (D. C., Conn.) The trustee of a bankrupt in the State of Connecticut takes absolute title, under section 70a (5) of the Bankruptcy Act, to property in possession of the bankrupt at the time of adjudication, said property having been delivered to the bankrupt by the vendor thereof under a conditional sale agreement, which provided that the title should remain in the vendor until the price agreed upon should be fully paid, where such contract was never executed and recorded as prescribed by the statutes of...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 21mm | 703g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123688521X
  • 9781236885210