| Commentary

236 Control by the court

| Commentary

236 Control by the court

The court has a general power to determine any question of law or fact arising in a bankruptcy1. Within the context of proving debts, the court may look behind a debt, even a judgment debt, and enquire into the consideration for the debt and into its validity for the purposes of proof2.

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