On Receivers in Equity and Under the New York Code of Procedure: With Precedents (Classic Reprint)

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Corporation generally. Voluntary dissolution of a corpora tion; and practice in relation to it. Corporation sus pending business for a year. Charging directors, etc., and making them personally liable. Corporation not paying taxes. Insurance companies rendered insolvent by the great fire in New York. Corporation having a judgment against them, with an execution unsatisfied; and practice thereon. More particularly of banking and insurance corporations. Banking or insurance company becoming insolvent or violating its charter; and practice in relation thereto. Receiver of a safety-fund bank pay ing its circulating notes. Where an execution on a judg ment against any corporation or joint-stock association for banking purposes issuing bank notes or any kind of paper credits after the first of January, 1850, has been returned unsatisfied or could not be met (if issued). Where a creditor of such corporation or association has a demand exceeding $100, of which payment shall have been refused. Where any one or more stockholders of any such corporation or association. Owning one tenth of capital, applies for an order to declare the corporation insolvent. Particular powers of receivers of mutual insu rance companies. Commissions to a receiver of a mutual insurance company. Commissions to a receiver of a bank. Religious congregation. Reference of claims against receivers of insolvent corporations.

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