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KEY NUMBER SYSTEM

This is a Key-Numbered Volume

Each syllabus paragraph in this volume is marked with the topic and Key-Number section under which the point will eventually appear in the American Digest System.

The lawyer is thus led from that syllabus to the exact place in the Digests where we, as digest makers, have placed the other cases on the same point---This is the Key-Number Annotation.

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CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS AND DISTRICT COURTS
OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE COURT
OF APPEALS OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA

JANUARY-MARCH, 1920

ST. PAUL

WEST PUBLISHING CO.

1920

NO VINU

COPYRIGHT, 1920

BY

WEST PUBLISHING COMPANY

(261 FED.)

JURISPRUDENCE

AMENDMENTS. TO RULES

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT 1

Ordered:

Amendment to Rule 34.

PETITIONS TO REVISE IN BANKRUPTCY.

1. That the first phrase of the first paragraph of rule 34 be amended to read as follows: "A petition to revise under section 24b of the Bankruptcy Act, may be filed only within twenty days from the entry of the order of which revision is sought; but the judge of the bankruptcy court may, upon notice and for good cause shown, enlarge the time for filing the petition; the order of enlargement to be filed with the petition. The petition shall contain:"

2. This amendment shall take general effect six months from this date; and, in the meantime, the time for review in any specific case shall be limited to twenty days after copy of this order is served upon counsel for the party seeking review.

October 11, 1919.

1 For other rules, see 202 Fed. v, 118 C. C. A. vii, 228 Fed. v, 141 C. C. A. v.

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