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FRESHMAN V. ATKINS, 269 U. S. 121 (1925)

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Freshman v. Atkins, 269 U.S. 121 (1925)

Freshman v. Atkins

No. 41

Argued October 14, 1925

Decided November 16, 1925

269 U.S. 121


1. The pendency of a voluntary petition in bankruptcy precludes consideration of a second voluntary petition in respect of the same debts. P. 269 U. S. 122.

2. The district court, on application for discharge in a voluntary proceeding in bankruptcy, may take judicial notice of the pendency, in its own records, of an earlier like application, and of its own motion, because of such pendency, may refuse the later application insofar as the same debts are concerned. P. 269 U. S. 123.

294 F.8d 7 affirmed.

Certiorari to a judgment of the circuit court of appeals affirming an order of the district court which denied in part an application for a discharge in bankruptcy. 290 F.6d 9. chanroblesvirtualawlibrary

Page 269 U. S. 122

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