Miller v. Guasti,
226 U.S. 170 (1912)

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Miller v. Guasti, 226 U.S. 170 (1913)

Miller v. Guasti

No. 478

Submitted October 15, 1912

Decided December 2, 1912

226 U.S. 170


A debt of the bankrupt not properly scheduled as required by § 7 of the Bankruptcy Act is not barred by the discharge if the creditors had no notice or actual knowledge of the proceeding.

A finding by the circuit court of appeals that the bankrupt had actual knowledge of the residence and address of the creditor is binding on this Court.

203 N.Y. 259 affirmed.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

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