DISTRICT COURT, E.D. NEW YORK
May 27, 1942
In re STEDFAST SALES CORPORATION
The opinion of the court was delivered by: CAMPBELL
CAMPBELL, District Judge.
On Motion for Reargument.
This is a motion, for leave to reargue the motion herein to dismiss the petition of Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company, and to review the order of the Referee dated January 26th, 1942.
On this motion nothing is presented which in any way would change the opinion I found and stated in my opinion on that motion as rendered, on May 8th, 1942.
Exhibits 1 and 2 on which the moving party relies, and which he contends were not submitted on behalf of the Trustee through error make no change in the situation whatever, as their contents were known to me, and because, regardless of them, the Bankers Indemnity Insurance Company never had in its possession, any of the property of the bankrupt, which the Marshal attempted to sell.
Further, because the Marshal did not have in his possession, at the time of the sale, the property he attempted to sell.
I have not signed the proposed order submitted for settlement on the determination of the original motion pending the decision of this motion, and therefore, ask that a new order be noticed for settlement in the form heretofore submitted, and including therein, the denial of this motion.
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