Lerner v. First Wisconsin National Bank,
294 U.S. 116 (1935)

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Lerner v. First Wisconsin National Bank, 294 U.S. 116 (1935)

Lerner v. First Wisconsin National Bank of Milwaukee

No. 292

Argued January 11, 1935

Decided February 4, 1935

294 U.S. 116


Under General Order in Bankruptcy No. XXXII, as amended, a creditor opposing a discharge must file his specification of the ground of his opposition on the day when the creditors are required to show cause; an extension of time beyond that date cannot be granted by the court. P. 294 U. S. 119.

70 F.2d 938 reversed. 73 F.2d 56 affirmed.

Certiorari, 293 U.S. 543, 550, to review two conflicting decisions upon the power to extend the time within which creditors must file specifications of their opposition to discharges in bankruptcy.

Page 294 U. S. 117

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