Shulman v. Wilson-Sheridan Hotel Co.,
301 U.S. 172 (1937)

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Shulman v. Wilson-Sheridan Hotel Co., 301 U.S. 172 (1937)

Shulman v. Wilson-Sheridan Hotel Co.

No. 688

Argued April 5, 1937

Decided April 26, 1937

301 U.S. 172


1. An allowance by a state court for legal services in foreclosure proceedings, "to be paid in due curse of administration," but without any direction to pay, remains subject to the control of that court and becomes subject to the control and revision of the bankruptcy court in subsequent proceedings under § 77B. P. 301 U. S. 173.

2. An order of the bankruptcy court disallowing the fee is not appealable under § 25a of the Bankruptcy Act as from a judgment rejecting a claim, nor under § 24a, as from a determination of a controversy arising in bankruptcy proceedings, but only under § 24b, in the discretion of the appellate court. P. 301 U. S. 173.

86 F.2d 898 affirmed.

Certiorari, 300 U.S. 649, to review an order dismissing the appeal in a case under § 77B of the Bankruptcy Act.

Page 301 U. S. 173

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