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50 - Who may be discharged.
51 - To what court application to be made.
52 - Contents of petition.
53 - Consent of creditors to be annexed.
54 - Consent of executor, administrator, receiver, or trustee.
55 - Consent of corporation or joint-stock association.
56 - Consent of partnership.
57 - Effect of consent where petitioner is a joint debtor.
58 - Consent of purchaser or assignee of debt.
59 - Consenting creditor must relinquish security.
60 - Penalty if creditor swears falsely.
61 - Affidavit of consenting creditor.
62 - When non-resident creditor to annex accounts and securities.
63 - Petitioner's schedule.
64 - Petitioner's affidavit.
65 - Order to show cause.
66 - How order published and served.
67 - Hearing.
68 - Putting cause on calendar.
69 - Opposing creditor to file specifications, and may demand jury trial.
70 - Opposing creditor to file proofs, if not named in schedule.
71 - Proceedings if jurors do not agree.
72 - When insolvent required to produce his non-resident wife.
73 - Examination of insolvent.
74 - When insolvent cannot be discharged.
75 - When assignment to be directed.
76 - Assignment; contents, and to whom made.
77 - Trustees, how designated.
78 - Effect of assignment.
79 - When discharge to be granted.
80 - Order to show cause where trustee refuses to give certificate.
81 - Proceedings upon return of order.
82 - Discharge and other papers to be recorded.
83 - Effect of discharge.
84 - Effect of discharge as to foreign contracts or creditors.
85 - Effect of discharge as to debts to the United States and the state.
86 - Insolvent to be released from imprisonment.
87 - Discharge, when void.
88 - Invalidity may be proved on motion to vacate order of arrest or execution.