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Elliott v. Turquand, 1881

[bankruptcy]

Elliott v. Turquand

Judicial Committee of the Privy Council
9 November 1881
Source: The Times, 10 November, 1881

LAW REPORT, Nov. 9.
JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL.
(Present - Sir Barnes Peacock, Sir Montague Smith, Sir Robert Collier, Sir Richard Couch, and Sir Arthur Hobhouse.)
ELLIOTT v. TURQUAND.
  This was an appeal from judgment of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Jamaica of the 25th of August, 1880, and involved questions under the Bankruptcy Act.
  Mr.  Mackeson, Q.C., and Mr. Pollard were counsel for the appellant; Mr. Rigby and Mr. R. T. Reid for the respondent.
  The arguments were unfinished when the Court rose for the day.

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