united states v. fox, 95 u.s. () united states v. fox. 95 u.s. on a certificate of division in opinion between the judges of the circuit court of the united states for the southern district of new york . Jan 17, · Bankruptcy Auction. DaDong Catering LLC United States Bankruptcy Court Southern District of New York Chapter 11 Case N0. (SCC) Auction date: Friday, January 17, (Must be a qualified bidder) Start time: P.M. Location: 3 Bryant Park ( West 42 Street), New York, NY (Theatre District, Midtown West). Auction of over 60k line items spread across 50 commodities. The assets are coming from a project cancellation in support of the Savannah River Site, a Department of Energy site, located in the sand-hills region of South Carolina, United States.
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Pennsylvania United States. Tennessee United States. Idaho United States. DaDong NY 2. DaDong NY 3. DaDong NY 4. DaDong NY 5. DaDong NY 6. DaDong NY 7. DaDong NY 8. DaDong NY 9. DaDong NY Receive notices about upcoming auctions! Enter your email address to join our mailing list. And as it is authorized "to establish uniform laws on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the United States," it may embrace within its legislation whatever may be deemed important to a complete and effective bankrupt system.
The object of such a system is to secure a ratable distribution of the bankrupt's estate among his creditors, when he is unable to discharge his obligations in full, and at the same time to relieve the honest debtor from legal proceedings for his debts, upon a surrender of his property. The distribution of the property is the principal object to be attained. The discharge of the debtor is merely incidental, and is granted only where his conduct has been free from fraud in the creation of his indebtedness or the disposition of his property.
To legislate for the prevention of frauds in either of these particulars, when committed in contemplation of bankruptcy, would seem to be within the competency of Congress. Any act committed with a view of evading the legislation of Congress passed in the execution of any of its powers, or of fraudulently securing the benefit of such legislation, may properly be made an offense against the United States.
But an act committed within a state, whether for a good or a bad purpose, or whether with an honest or a criminal intent, cannot be made an offense against the United States, unless it have some relation to the execution of a power of Congress, or to some matter within the jurisdiction of the United States. An act not having any such relation is one in respect to which the state can alone legislate. The act described in the ninth subdivision of sec.
It is quite possible that the framers of the statute intended it to apply only to acts committed in contemplation. Our answer to the question certified must be in the negative, and it will be so returned to the circuit court. Justia Annotations is a forum for attorneys to summarize, comment on, and analyze case law published on our site. Justia makes no guarantees or warranties that the annotations are accurate or reflect the current state of law, and no annotation is intended to be, nor should it be construed as, legal advice.
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Fox United States v. Fox, 95 U.