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§ 23-1. Debts mature on execution of assignment; no preferences.
§ 23-2. Trustee to file schedule of property.
§ 23-3. Trustee to recover property conveyed fraudulently or in preference.
§ 23-4. Substitute for incompetent trustee appointed in special proceeding.
§ 23-5. Insolvent trustee removed unless bond given; substitute appointed.
§ 23-6. Trustee removed on petition of creditors; substitute appointed.
§ 23-7. Substituted trustee to give bond.
§ 23-8. Only perishable property sold within ten days of registration.
§ 23-9. Creditors to file verified claims with clerk; false swearing misdemeanor.
§ 23-10. Priority of payments by trustee.
§ 23-11. Trustee to account quarterly; final account in twelve months.
§ 23-12. Trustee violating duties guilty of misdemeanor.
§ 23-13. Petition; schedule; inventory; affidavit.
§ 23-14. Clerk to give notice of petition.
§ 23-15. Order of discharge and appointment of trustee.
§ 23-16. Terms and effect of order of discharge.
§ 23-17. Suggestion of fraud by opposing creditor.
§ 23-18. Persons who may apply for trustee for imprisoned debtor.
§ 23-19. Superior court appoints; copy of sentence to be produced.
§ 23-20. Duties of trustee; accounting; oath.
§ 23-21. Court may appoint several trustees.
§ 23-22. Court may remove trustee and appoint successor.
§ 23-23. Insolvent debtor's oath.
§ 23-24. Persons imprisoned for nonpayment of costs in criminal cases.
§ 23-25. Petition; before whom; notice; service.
§ 23-26. Warrant issued for prisoner.
§ 23-27. Proceeding on application.
§ 23-28. Suggestion of fraud.
§ 23-29. Persons taken in arrest and bail proceedings, or in execution.
§ 23-30. When petition may be filed.
§ 23-30.1. Provisional release.
§ 23-31. Petition; contents; verification.
§ 23-32. Notice; length of notice and to whom given.
§ 23-33. Who may suggest fraud.
§ 23-34. Where no suggestion of fraud, discharge granted.
§ 23-35. Continuance granted for cause.
§ 23-36. Where fraud in issue, discharge only after trial.
§ 23-37. If fraud found, debtor imprisoned.
§ 23-38. Effect of order of discharge.
§ 23-39. Superior or district court tries issue of fraud.
§ 23-40. Insolvent released on giving bond.
§ 23-41. Surety in bond may surrender principal.
§ 23-42. Creditor liable for jail fees.
§ 23-43. False swearing; penalty.
§ 23-44. Powers of trustees hereunder.
§ 23-45. Jail bounds.
§ 23-46. Unlawful to solicit claims of creditors in proceedings.
§ 23-47. Violation of preceding section a misdemeanor.
§ 23-48. Local units authorized to avail themselves of provisions of bankruptcy law.