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§1‑245.  Cancellation of judgments discharged through bankruptcyproceedings.

When a referee in bankruptcyfurnishes the clerk of the superior court of any county in this State a writtenstatement or certificate to the effect that a bankrupt has been discharged,indicating in said certificate that the plaintiff or judgment creditor in whosefavor judgments against the defendant bankrupt are docketed in the office ofthe clerk of the superior court have received due notice as provided by lawfrom the said referee, and that said judgments have been discharged, it shallbe the duty of the clerk of the superior court to file said certificate andenter a notation thereof on the margin of said judgments.

This section shall apply tojudgments of this kind already docketed as well as to future judgments of thesame kind. (1937, c. 234, ss. 1‑ 4; 1971, c. 268, s. 8.1.)