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" If the bankrupt shall, during his trading, have wilfully and with intent to conceal the true state of his affairs, have omitted to keep proper books of account... "
British Almanac and Companion - Page 151
1850
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A Collection of the Public General Statutes Passed in the ... Year of the ...

Great Britain - 1849 - 984 pages
...Bankrupt shall during his trading have wilfully, and with Intent to conceal the true State of his Affiurs, have omitted to keep proper Books of Account; or shall...his Books imperfectly, carelessly, and negligently. CCLVII. That CCLVII. That the Assignees for the Time being of the ^-^ Estate and Effects of any Bankrupt,...
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The Legal Observer, Digest, and Journal of Jurisprudence, Volume 38

1849 - 544 pages
...relating to his trade, dealings, or estate. " Ninth. — If the bankrupt shall, during his trading, have wilfully and with intent to conceal the true state of his affairs, have omitted to keep proper books of account; or shall wilfully, and with intent to conceal the true state...
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The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Passed in ...

Great Britain - 1849 - 784 pages
...relating to his Trade, Dealings, or Estate. Ninth. — If the Bankrupt shall during his trading have wilfully, and with Intent to conceal the true State of his Affairs, have omitted to keep proper Books of Account ; or shall wilfully, and with Intent to conceal the true State...
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The Bankers' Magazine, and Journal of the Money Market, Volume 9

1849 - 912 pages
...document relating to his trade, dealings, or estate. Ninth. If the bankrupt shall during his trading have wilfully, and with intent to conceal the true state of his affairs, have omitted to keep proper books of account; or shall wilfully, and with intent to conceal the true state...
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Statutes at Large ...: (37 v.) A collection of the public general statutes ...

Great Britain - 1849 - 960 pages
...relating to his Trade, Dealings, or Estate. Ninth. — If the Bankrupt shall during his trading have wilfully, and with Intent to conceal the true State of his Affairs, have omitted to keep proper Books of Account ; or shall wilfully, and with Intent to conceal the true State...
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The Law Students Magazine, Volume 1

1849 - 734 pages
...to his trade, dealings, or estate. Ninth. If the bankrupt shall, during his trading, have willfully and with intent to conceal the true state of his affairs, have omitted to keep proper books of account ; or shall wilfully, and with intent to conceal the true state...
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A Handy Book on Criminal Law: Applicable Chiefly to Commercial Transactions

William Campbell Sleigh - 1858 - 180 pages
...action or suit so vexatiously brought or defended. 9. If the bankrupt shall, during his trading, have wilfully, and with intent to conceal the true state of his affairs, omitted to keep proper books of account, or shall wilfully and with intent to conceal the true state...
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Reports of Cases Heard and Determined by the Lord ..., Part 80, Volume 1

John Peter De Gex, F. Fisher, Henry Cadman Jones - 1861 - 706 pages
...he had brought himself within the pennl clauses of "The Bankrupt Law Consolidation Act, 1849," by " wilfully, and with intent to conceal the true state of his affairs, omitting to keep proper books of account," which offence, by the ninth branch of section 256, calls...
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Bankruptcy Appeals: Reports of Cases in Bankruptcy Heard ..., Part 1; Part 81

sir John Peter De Gex, F. Fisher, Henry Cadman Jones - 1862 - 102 pages
...he had brought himself within the penal clauses of "The Bankrupt Law Consolidation Act, 1849," by " wilfully, and with intent to conceal the true state of his affairs, omitting to keep proper books of account," which offence, by the ninth branch of section 256, calls...
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International Commercial Law: Being the Principles of Mercantile ..., Volume 1

Leone Levi - 1863 - 570 pages
...ground would be afforded for the refusal of the certificate (a). If the bankrupt, during his trading, wilfully, and with intent to conceal the true state of his affairs, have omitted to keep proper books of account, or kept his books imperfectly, carelessly, and negligently...
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