A receiver of an estate cannot as such present a bankruptcy petition in respect of a debt due to the estate which has not been assigned to him, even if the debtor has been ordered to pay the receiver; but, if the receiver is in a position to sue in his own name, he may present a petition1. If a receiver is the holder of a bill of exchange2 or the assignee of a judgment debt3, he may present a petition based on the debt.
Special rules apply to the enforcement of
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