Galbraith v. Vallely,
256 U.S. 46 (1921)

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Galbraith v. Vallely, 256 U.S. 46 (1921)

Galbraith v. Vallely

No. 234

Argued Mach 18, 1921

Decided April 11, 1921

256 U.S. 46


An assignee for the benefit of creditors turned over the assets to a trustee appointed in a later bankruptcy proceeding, less certain amounts which he claimed as compensation for services rendered and disbursements made, as assignee, before the bankruptcy adjudication.

Page 256 U. S. 47

Held that his claim was an adverse claim which the district court was without jurisdiction to dispose of summarily in the bankruptcy proceedings over his objection. P. 256 U. S. 48. Louisville Trust Co. v. Comingor, 184 U. S. 18.

261 F. 670, reversed.

THE case is stated in the opinion.

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