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Colonial Cases

Heard v. Burjorjee, 1859

[insolvency]

Heard and others v. Burjorjee

Consular Court, Shanghai
1 April 1859
Source: The North-China Herald, 2 April 1859

 

H.B.M. CONSULAR COURT, SHANGHAI.

CIVIL SIDE.

April 1st, 1859.

Before D. B. ROBERTSON, Esq., H.M. Consul,

JAS. WHITLOW, ROBT. F. THORBURN, Assessors.

Judgment was ordered to be entered up in the following causes:-

 

Messrs. AUGUSTIINE HEARD & Co.

V

D. BURJORJEE, for Tls. 341.

TARACHUND JARNARYEN, by his Attorney J. F. H. Trautmann,

v.

D. BURJORJEE, for Tls. 5318.3.3.

 

In two cases heard the same day, viz:-

NOORMAMOD, SONS & Co.

v.

D. BURJORJEE, for Tls. 1155.3.5.

and,

R. RUTTONJEE & Co.,

by their Attorney J. F. H. Trautmann,

v.

D. BURJORJEE, for Taels. 4,333.8.3.

 

It was decided that as the Attorney holds no power from Plaintiffs to sue in H.M.'s Consular Court and has no proof of debt, the Claim be not admitted.

 

There are now we understand twenty-four Creditors of Dadabhoy Burjorjee who have obtained judgments in this Consular Court their claims amounting in the aggregate to Taels 125, 197. 8. 8.  The following memorandum of agreement is now in course of signature by these Creditors: - ...

 

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