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IN RE MOODY

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA


July 1, 1955

In the Matter of William E. MOODY, individually and trading as Edward S. Moody & Son, Bankrupt

The opinion of the court was delivered by: GRIM

William E. Moody, individually and trading as Edward S. Moody & Son, was adjudicated a bankrupt by this court on February 23, 1954. The Referee permitted the trustee to sell the bankrupt's personal property, the various lien claimants being relegated to the fund realized from the sale.

At the time of the adjudication, Moody had creditors who had claims against his personal property as follows:

 1. J. G. Braun, who was the holder of a valid bailment lease on which a balance of $ 295.13 was due. 2. United States Government, which filed a claim for taxes totalling $ 5,077.44. Notice of its tax liens had been filed in the office of the Prothonotary of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, by the United States as follows: June 5, 1952, No. 2674 in sum of $ 865.72 July 18, 1952, No. 2707 in sum of 518.52 Oct. 31, 1952, No. 2801 in sum of 696.70 $ 2,080.94

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