APA Citation

Collier, W. M. (1899). The law of bankruptcy and the national Bankruptcy Act of 1898: A treatise on the principles and practice of the law of bankruptcy as embodied in the new national Bankruptcy Act, with citations to all applicable cases decided under the former United States Bankruptcy acts, many English decisions, and extended notes and comments upon the new statutory provisions, and containing the official rules, forms, and general orders in bankruptcy as prescribed by the Supreme Court of the United States and also the rules in equity of the United States courts, and also a list of the judges and clerks of the courts of bankruptcy ([Enl. ed.].). Albany, N.Y: M. Bender.

Chicago Style Citation

Collier, William Miller. The Law of Bankruptcy and the National Bankruptcy Act of 1898: A Treatise On the Principles and Practice of the Law of Bankruptcy As Embodied in the New National Bankruptcy Act, With Citations to All Applicable Cases Decided Under the Former United States Bankruptcy Acts, Many English Decisions, and Extended Notes and Comments Upon the New Statutory Provisions, and Containing the Official Rules, Forms, and General Orders in Bankruptcy As Prescribed By the Supreme Court of the United States and Also the Rules in Equity of the United States Courts, and Also a List of the Judges and Clerks of the Courts of Bankruptcy. [Enl. ed.]. Albany, N.Y: M. Bender, 1899.

MLA Citation

Collier, William Miller. The Law of Bankruptcy and the National Bankruptcy Act of 1898: A Treatise On the Principles and Practice of the Law of Bankruptcy As Embodied in the New National Bankruptcy Act, With Citations to All Applicable Cases Decided Under the Former United States Bankruptcy Acts, Many English Decisions, and Extended Notes and Comments Upon the New Statutory Provisions, and Containing the Official Rules, Forms, and General Orders in Bankruptcy As Prescribed By the Supreme Court of the United States and Also the Rules in Equity of the United States Courts, and Also a List of the Judges and Clerks of the Courts of Bankruptcy. [Enl. ed.]. Albany, N.Y: M. Bender, 1899.

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