Bankruptcy Act of 1934
- Bankruptcy Act of 1934
a further statutory expansion of reorganization for companies; (see Section 77B); the Bankruptcy Act of 1933 and the Bankruptcy Act of 1934 were superseded by the Chandler Act of 1938. (Common Bankruptcy Terms)
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