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Indian Trusts Act, 1882

93. Advantage secretly gained by one of several compounding creditors

Where creditors compound the debts due to them, and one of such creditors, by a secret arrangement with the debtor, gains an undue advantage over his co-creditors, he must hold for the benefit of such creditors the advantage so gained.

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