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Whenever the trustees shall show by their own oath, or other competent proof, to the satisfaction of any judge of a county court, or in the county of New York any justice of the supreme court, that there is good reason to believe that the debtor, the spouse of the debtor, or any other person has concealed or embezzled any part of the estate of such debtor vested in the said trustees; ?or that any person can testify concerning the concealment or embezzlement thereof; ?or that any person who shall not have rendered an account as above required, is indebted to such debtor, or has property in his or her custody or possession, belonging to such debtor; ?such judge or justice shall issue a warrant, commanding any sheriff or constable, to cause such debtor, the spouse of the debtor, or other person, to be brought before him at such time and place as he shall appoint, for the purpose of being examined.
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