This section is from the book "The Law Of Contracts", by William Herbert Page. Also available from Amazon: Commercial Contracts: A Practical Guide to Deals, Contracts, Agreements and Promises.
Sec. 3124. Nature of bankruptcy.
Sec. 3126. English bankrupt acte.
Sec. 3126. Federal bankrupt acts.
Sec. 3127. State bankrupt acta - Validity and general effect.
Sec. 3129. Effect as against prior obligations.
Sec. 3130. Effect of passage of federal bankrupt act.
Sec. 3133. What are provable debts - Claims arising on contract.
Sec. 3135. Judgments.
Sec. 3136. Claims in nature of tort, not reduced to judgment.
Sec. 3137. When debt must exist.
Sec. 3138. Liability for contribution and exoneration.
Sec. 3139. Continuing contracts.
Sec. 3140. Contingent liabilities.
Sec. 3141. Liability to support wife and children.
Sec. 3142. Statutory exceptions to effect of discharge - Provable character of claim.
Sec. 3143. Judgments for wilful and malicious injuries to person or property -
Sec. 3149. Liability for obtaining property by false pretense or false representations. Sec. 3150. Proof of claim for fraud.
Sec. 3151. Debts created in fiduciary capacity - Technical trust relations. Sec. 3152. Debts created in fiduciary capacity - Non-technical trust relations. Sec. 3153. Debts omitted from schedule. Sec. 3154. Defective description as omission. Sec. 3155. Debts due to United States and state. Sec. 3156. General effect of discharge. Sec. 3157. Domestic and foreign discharges. Sec. 3158. Discharge as affecting liens. Sec. 3159. Effect on liability of co-debtor.
Sec. 3160. Surety on bond conditioned on judgment against principal. Sec. 3161. Partnership and individual debts. Sec. 3162. Who can take advantage of discharge in bankruptcy. Sec. 3163. Other forms of secondary liability. 5501
Sec. 3165. Burden of proof.
Sec. 3166. New promise as waiving discharge.
Sec. 3167. Elements of new promise.
Sec. 3168. Nature of liability created by new promise.
Sec. 3169. Part payment.