Pennsylvania Statutes Title 39 P.S. Insolvency and Assignments § 102. Exemption of after-acquired estate from execution
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Whenever a majority in number and value of the creditors of an insolvent, who has made a voluntary assignment for the benefit of his creditors, shall consent in writing thereto, it shall be lawful for the court, upon application of such debtor, and notice thereof given to all undischarged creditors, in the manner hereinbefore provided for giving notice of the meeting of creditors, to make an order that the estate and effects which such insolvent may afterwards acquire shall be exempted, for the term of seven years thereafter, from execution, for any debt contracted or cause of action existing previously to such assignment, and if, after such order and consent, any execution shall be issued for such debt or cause of action, it shall be the duty of any judge of the court from which such execution issued to set aside the same, with costs.
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