Re Reade

 
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S. C.,
In re Reade, a Bankrupt

Accounting periods prior to the establishment of the Provisional Government - Right of Government of Irish Free State to claim duty - Judgment against trader for amounts of duty - Execution - Judgment unsatisfied - Trader adjudged bankrupt - Validity of adjudication -Right to duty disputed - Power of Court to go behind judgment - Act of bankruptcy - Execution issued and levied by petitioning creditor - Debt due to the Crown - Provisional Government -Establishment of Irish Free State - Rights transferred - Bankruptcy (Ireland) Amendment Act, 1872 (35 36 Vict., c. 58), ss. 21 (5), 54 -Finance (No. 2) Act, 1915 (5 6 Geo. V., c. 89), ss. 38 and 45 (1) (3) and (7) - Irish Free State (Agreement) Act, 1921 (12 Geo. V., c. 4), Sch. Art. 17 - Finance Act, 1921 (11 12 Geo. V., c. 32), ss. 35 and 39 - Irish Free...

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