No. 168.

100 F.2d 395 (1938)

In re MUSS.

Circuit Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.

December 12, 1938.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

David Muss, of New York City, for appellant.

Wrenn & Schmid, of Brooklyn, N. Y. (William J. Cosgrove, of Brooklyn, N. Y., of counsel), for appellee Kings County Trust Co.

Before MANTON, SWAN, and CHASE, Circuit Judges.

SWAN, Circuit Judge.

Upon his voluntary petition Isaac Muss was adjudicated a bankrupt on April 6, 1937, and in due time applied for a discharge. Kings County Trust Company, a creditor, filed specifications of objection based upon the failure of the bankrupt to keep books of account or records from which his true financial condition might be ascertained. A special master to whom the matter was referred filed a report recommending denial of a discharge. From an order...


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