New York v. SaperAnnotate this Case
336 U.S. 328 (1949)
U.S. Supreme Court
New York v. Saper, 336 U.S. 328 (1949)
New York v. Saper
Argued January 4, 1949
Decided March 7, 1949
336 U.S. 328
Under the Bankruptcy Act of 1898, as amended by the Act of 1926 and the Chandler Act of 1938, tax claims against a bankrupt bear interest only until the date of bankruptcy, not until payment. Pp. 336 U. S. 329-341.
168 F.2d 268, 272, affirmed.
In No. 168, the District Court in a bankruptcy proceeding allowed interest on a tax claim of the City of New York to the date of payment. 75 F.Supp. 458. The Court of Appeals reversed. 168 F.2d 268. This Court granted certiorari. 335 U.S. 811. Affirmed, p. 336 U. S. 341.
In Nos. 200 and 201, the District Court in a bankruptcy proceeding allowed interest on tax claims of the United States and the New York only to the date of bankruptcy. 73 F.Supp. 685. The Court of Appeals affirmed. 168 F.2d 272. This Court granted certiorari. 335 U.S. 812. Affirmed, p. 336 U. S. 341.
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