Rules of the Superior CourtsDeeds of arrangement
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No82-S.I. No. 79 Of 1989: Rules Of The Superior Courts (No. 3),1989
1. The affidavits to be filed pursuant to the Deeds of Arrangement Act, 1887, section 6, shall be respectively in the Forms Nos. 1 and 2 in Appendix S.
2. The abstract of the contents of any deed of arrangement shall be entered on the Register under the said Act of 1887 in the Form No. 3 in Appendix S.
3. Upon every copy of a deed of arrangement which is presented for filing there shall be indorsed by the person who presents it the name of the debtor, the date of the deed and of the filing thereof, the total amount of duty with which the deed is stamped, and a certificate signed by the solicitor of the debtor or the person who presents the copy for filing certifying that the copy is a correct copy of the deed, and stating the number of folios (of seventy-two words each), which the deed contains.
4. When a deed of arrangement is registered there shall be written on the original deed a certificate that the deed has been duly registered, and the date of registration.
5. Extracts from the filed copy of a deed of arrangement shall be limited to the date of execution and registration, the names, addresses, and descriptions of the debtor and the parties to the deed and a short statement of the nature and effect of the deed.
6. The affidavit to be filed pursuant to the Deeds of Arrangement Amendment Act, 1890, Section 2 (2) shall be in the Form No. 4 in Appendix S.
7. The abstract of the contents of any documents and affidavits shall be entered on the Register under the said Act of 1890, in the Form No. 5 in Appendix S.
8. Abstracts from any document or affidavit filed under the said Act of 1890, shall be limited to the dates of the petition, the order in bankruptcy, the name, address and description of the debtor, and a short statement of the nature and effect of the resolution of creditors confirmed by the said order in bankruptcy.