Miller v. Irving Trust Co.,
296 U.S. 256 (1935)

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Miller v. Irving Trust Co., 296 U.S. 256 (1935)

Miller v. Irving Trust Co.

No. 67

Argued November 20, 21, 1935

Decided December 9, 1935

296 U.S. 256


A covenant in a lease provided that the landlord, upon reentry, might relet and apply the resulting rents to rents due under the lease, and that the tenant should not be entitled to any surplus, but should remain liable for any deficiency, which, at the option of the landlord, should become payable on demand or as it accrued from month to month. Held no basis for a claim in bankruptcy against the tenant under § 63 of the Bankruptcy Act. Irving Trust Co. v. A. W. Perry, Inc., 293 U. S. 307, distinguished. Pp. 296 U. S. 258-259.

77 F.2d 1012 affirmed.

Certiorari, 295 U.S. 729, to review a judgment which affirmed an order of the District Court (10 F.Supp. 733) rejecting a claim in bankruptcy.

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