MOYER V. DEWEY, 103 U. S. 301 (1880)

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Moyer v. Dewey, 103 U.S. 301 (1880)

Moyer v. Dewey

103 U.S. 301


1. The right to sue for and subject to the payment of his debts effects fraudulently transferred by a party who was subsequently adjudicated a bankrupt is vested alone in his assignees, and their failure to enforce it within the time prescribed by the bankrupt law does not transfer that right to his creditors.

2. A discharge in bankruptcy is personal to the party to whom it is granted.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.


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