United States Circuit Courts of Appeals Reports Volume 115

United States Circuit Courts of Appeals Reports Volume 115

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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. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...of property, not distinctly brought on either the law or equity side of the court, may be reviewed under Bankr. Act July 1, 1893. c. 5-11, 24a, 30 Stat. 553 (U. S. Comp. St. 1901, p. 3431), by appeal, even though the questions at issue are such as can be considered in a court of law. When review is desired only on one or more legal questions arising under such proceeding in intervention, writ of error is appropriate for the purpose. On appeal, the review may extend to questions of fact, while on writ of error only questions of law can be considered. Ed. l'ote.--For other cases, see Bankruptcy, Cent. Dig. 915; Dec. Dig. 449.' Appeal and review in bankruptcy cases, see note to In re Eggert, 13 C. G. A. 9. Incuunaancns. g A chattel mortgage on lumber which the mortgagor was under contract to sell to third parties was not invalidated by provisions permitting the mortgagor to incumbcr the same to the purchasers for a stated sum per thousand feet as a first lien for actual advances thereon, and permitting him to ship the same to the purchasers on depositing a certain sum per thousand for the benefit of the mortgagee. Ed. Notr: .--1'or other cases, see Chattel Mortgages, Cent. Dig. 72, 73'; Dec. Dig. 26." An adjudication in bankruptcy does not operate as a seizure in favor of general creditors as against lienbolders, but the trustee takes the property subject to whatever liens existed as against the bankrupt. Ed. Note.--For other cases, see Bankruptcy, Cent. Dig. 286-295; Dec. Dig. 5 188? Under Shannon's Code Tenn. 3664, which provides that all chattel mortgages shall he registered "to be valid against the creditors of the bargainor or purchasers under...show more

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