New York Debtor & Creditor Law Section 167 - Notice to debtors, bailees and creditors.

167. Notice to debtors, bailees and creditors. The trustees, immediately upon their appointment, shall give notice thereof for at least three weeks in a newspaper published in the county where application was made and therein shall require:

1. All persons indebted to such debtor, by a day and at a place therein to be specified, to render an account of all debts and sums of money owing by them respectively, to such trustees, and to pay the same;

2. All persons having in their possession any property or effects of such debtor, to deliver the same to the said trustees by the day so appointed;

3. All the creditors of such debtor to deliver their respective accounts and demands to the trustees or one of them, by a day to be therein specified, not less than forty days from the first publication of such notice.

Last modified: February 3, 2019