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JOHNSON V. STAR, 287 U. S. 527 (1933)

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Johnson v. Star, 287 U.S. 527 (1933)

Johnson v. Star

No. 282

Argued December 13, 1932

Decided January 9, 1933

287 U.S. 527


Statutory provision in Texas governing assignments for the benefit of creditors held consistent with the Bankruptcy Act, upon the authority of Pobreslo v. Joseph M. Boyd Co., ante, p. 287 U. S. 518. P. 287 U. S. 528.

47 S.W.2d 608 affirmed.

Appeal from a judgment of the Supreme Court of Texas which denied a writ of error to the Court of Civil Appeals, 44 S.W. 2d 429, but approved the opinion of that court holding a garnishment invalid under the state law governing assignments for the benefit of creditors.

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