Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

12. Notices of Orders of Administration made at the County Court of holden at

on the

day of to be sent to the Registry of County Court Judgments, within three days of the making of the Order.

18

[blocks in formation]

I hereby certify that the above return is correct.

Registrar. Seal of Court.

(Signed)

SELBORNE, C.

I concur,

J. CHAMBERLAIN, President of the Board of Trade.

December 1, 1883.

525

GENERAL RULE additional to the Bankruptcy Rules,

1883, made pursuant to section 127 of the Bankruptcy Act, 1883.

Any matter or application pending before a registrar which, under the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, or the Bankruptcy Rules for the time being in force under that Act, a registrar has jurisdiction to determine shall be adjourned to be heard before the Judge, if the Judge shall, either specially or by any general direction applicable to the particular case, so direct.

This Rule shall come into operation from and immediately after the 31st day of December, 1883.

Dated the 31st day of December, 1883.

(Signed)

SELBORNE, C.

J. CHAMBERLAIN,
President of the Board of Trade.

526

ORDERS
UNDER THE BANKRUPTCY Act, 1883.

I, the Right Honourable Roundell, Earl of Selborne, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, by virtue of the 94th section of the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, and all other powers enabling me in that behalf, do hereby order that on and after the 1st day of January, 1884, until further order, all matters pending in the London Bankruptcy Court at the commencement of the said Act, and all matters which would have been within the exclusive jurisdiction of the London Bankruptcy Court if the said Act had not passed, and all matters in respect of which jurisdiction is given to the High Court by the said Act, shall be ordinarily transacted and disposed of by or under the direction of the Honourable Mr. Justice Cave, one of the Judges of her Majesty's High Court of Justice; and that the said Honourable Mr. Justice Cave shall, on and after the day aforesaid, and until further order, be the Judge assigned for that purpose pursuant to the said Act. The 1st day of January, 1884.

(Signed) SELBORNE, C.

I, the Right Honourable Roundell, Earl of Selborne, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, by virtue of the 94th section of the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, and all other powers enabling me in that behalf, do hereby direct that on and after the 1st day of January, 1884, all matters pending in the London Bankruptcy Court at the commencement of the said Act, and all matters which would have been within the exclusive jurisdiction of the London Bankruptcy Court if the said Act had not passed, and all matters in respect of which jurisdiction is given to the High Court by the said Act, shall be assigned, until further order, to the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice. The 1st day of January, 1884.

(Signed) SELBORNE, C.

I, the Right Honourable Roundell, Earl of Selborne, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, by virtue of the 103rd section of the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, and all other powers enabling me in that behalf, do hereby order that on and after the 1st day of January, 1884, the jurisdiction and powers under the 5th section of the Debtors Act, 1869, now vested in the High Court of Justice shall be assigned to and exercised by the Judge to whom Bankruptcy business is assigned ; and do further order that the said jurisdiction and powers shall be delegated to and exercised by the Bankruptcy Registrars of the High Court, subject to an appeal by any person affected by any order or decision of such Registrars to the Judge to whom Bankruptcy business is assigned : Provided that if any case shall appear to the Bankruptcy Registrar to be one for committal he shall adjourn the same to be heard before the Judge to whom Bankruptcy business is assigned. The 1st day of January, 1883.

(Signed) SELBORNE, C.

I, the Right Honourable Roundell, Earl of Selborne, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, by virtue of the 153rd section of the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, and all other powers enabling me in that behalf, do hereby, with the concurrence of the Board of Trade, select Mr. A. E. Penn, Mr. F. E. Lamb, Mr. W. Smith, and Mr. A. T. Heather, clerks in the Liquidation and Appeal Department of the London Bankruptcy Court, to be transferred to and become officers of the Board of Trade; and do order that the said Mr. A. E. Penn, Mr. F. E. Lamb, Mr. W. Smith, and Mr. A. T. Heather be on the 1st January, 1884, transferred to, and as from that day become officers of, the Board of Trade accordingly. The 1st day of January, 1884.

(Signed) SELBORNE, O.

J. CHAMBERLAIN, President of the Board of Trade.

By virtue and in exercise of the power given by the 135th section of the above-mentioned Act, I, the Honourable Sir Lewis William Care, the Judge of the High Court of Justice to whom bankruptcy business is assigned, hereby authorize and appoint Samuel Radness Stockton, George Falkner, Henry Alfred Stacey, William Notson, Thomas Smith, Henry Wright, Henry Perkins, Edward Grainger Austin, Frederick Plaskete Brown, and Richard Humphris, officers attached to the said High Court in Bankruptcy, to be persons before whom affidavits, affirmations, and declarations, to be used in a bankruptcy court, may be sworn, taken, or made. The 1st day of January, 1884.

(Signed) LEWIS W. CAVE.

I, the Honourable Lewis William Cave, one of the Justices of the High Court of Justice, being the Judge assigned in pursuance of the 94th section of the Bankruptcy Act, 1883, to transact and dispose of matters in bankruptcy, do hereby by virtue of the said Act and of the Bankruptcy Rules, 1883, and of all other general rules, orders, and powers enabling me in that behalf, direct as follows :

1. On and after the 1st day of January, 1881, until further order, the Registrars in Bankruptcy of the High Court shall hear and determine at the Bankruptcy Buildings, Lincoln's Inn Fields, the following matters and applications which by the said Rules are directed to be heard and determined in open court, that is to say :

(a) The public examination of debtors; (6) Applications to approve a composition or scheme of

arrangement; (c) Applications for orders of discharge or certificates of

removal of disqualifications. 2. On and after the 1st day of January, 1884, until further order, the Registrars in Bankruptcy of the High Court shall hear and determine at the Bankruptcy Buildings, Lincoln's Inn Fields, all matters and applications which by virtue of the said Rules may be heard and determined in chambers, except the following matters and applications, that is to say:

« AnteriorContinuar »