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Report No. 26

113. Courts to be auxiliary to each other.-All courts having jurisdiction in insolvency and the officers of such courts, respectively, shall severally act in aid of and be auxiliary to each other in all matters of insolvency, and an order of a court seeking aid with a request to another of the said courts shall be deemed sufficient to enable the latter court to exercise, in regard to the matters directed by the order, such jurisdiction as either of such courts could exercise in regard to similar matters within their respective jurisdictions.

[Section 77, P.A.] [Cf. section 126, P.T.A.]

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