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IN RE STEDFAST SALES CORP.

May 8, 1942

In re STEDFAST SALES CORPORATION


The opinion of the court was delivered by: CAMPBELL

CAMPBELL, District Judge.

This is a motion for an order dismissing the petition of Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company to review the order of Referee Eugene F. O'Connor, dated January 26th, 1942, and for confirmation of that order.

On December 4th, 1941, the above named bankrupt was duly adjudicated a bankrupt in this Court.

 Prior to November 5th, 1941, Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company obtained a Judgment in the Municipal Court of the City of New York against the said Stedfast Sales Corp.

 Thereafter, an execution was issued on that Judgment, and at a sale held by a City Marshal on November 5th, 1941, the property attempted to be sold was struck down to the highest bidder, the said Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company, for the sum of three hundred dollars.

 At the time of the said sale the said Stedfast Sales Corp. was insolvent.

 The property, at the time of the sale, was not in possession of the Marshal.

 None of the said property of the said Stedfast Sales Corp. was ever delivered to, or in the possession of the Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company, at any time.

 Subsequent to said sale, and on or about November 7th, 1941, the said Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company sold to one Max Bolnick the judgment in question, and assigned to him its bid.

 No money of the bankrupt, and none of its property, passed to Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company.

 The sale was void, being made within four months prior to the adjudication of the bankrupt.

 No agreement that may have been made by the Trustee with Mr. Bolnick, with reference to the sale by the Trustee in bankruptcy, binds the Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company.

 The question, as to a return of the money paid by Mr. Bolnick to the Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company is between him and that company, and is no concern of the trustee, or that bankrupt's estate, nor does it bind the estate in bankruptcy. There are no equities in favor of the bankrupt as against the Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company. The sale under the execution has been set aside, and the Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company has not received any property of the bankrupt.

 The motion to dismiss the petition of Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company to review the order of the Referee dated ...


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