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Insolvent's Discharge From Debts
Debtor & Creditor (DCD) CHAPTER 12

Insolvent's Discharge from Debts
Section 50. Who may be discharged.

51. To what court application to be made.

52. Contents of petition.

53. Consent of creditors to be annexed.

54. Consent of executor, administrator, receiver or trustee.

55. Consent of corporation, or joint-stock association.

56. Consent of partnership.

57. Effect of consent where petitioner is a joint debtor.

58. Consent of purchaser or assignee of debt.

59. Consenting creditor must relinquish security.

60. Penalty if creditor swears falsely.

61. Affidavit of consenting creditor.

62. When non-resident creditor to annex accounts and securities.

63. Petitioner's schedule.

64. Petitioner's affidavit.

65. Order to show cause.

66. How order published and served.

67. Hearing.

68. Putting cause on calendar.

69. Opposing creditor to file specifications, and may demand

jury trial.

70. Opposing creditor to file proofs, if not named in schedule.

71. Proceedings if jurors do not agree.

72. When insolvent required to produce his non-resident wife.

73. Examination of insolvent.

74. When insolvent cannot be discharged.

75. When assignment to be directed.

76. Assignment; contents, and to whom made.

77. Trustees, how designated.

78. Effect of assignment.

79. When discharge to be granted.

80. Order to show cause where trustee refuses to give


81. Proceedings upon return of order.

82. Discharge and other papers to be recorded.

83. Effect of discharge.

84. Effect of discharge as to foreign contracts or creditors.

85. Effect of discharge as to debts to the United States and the


86. Insolvent to be released from imprisonment.

87. Discharge, when void.

88. Invalidity may be proved on motion to vacate order of arrest

or execution.