The trustee in bankruptcy has power to:
(1) make such compromise or other arrangement as may be thought expedient with creditors, or persons claiming to be creditors, in respect of bankruptcy debts1;
(2) refer to arbitration, or compromise on such terms as may be agreed, any debts, claims or liabilities subsisting or supposed to subsist between the bankrupt and any person who may have incurred any liability to the bankrupt2; and
(3) make such compromise or other arrangement as may be thought expedient with respect to any
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