When the object of a creditors' suit is to reach, establish and administer assets in the hands of a trustee who holds them for the benefit of all the creditors, the suit must be by all the creditors or by one or more for the benefit of all. In other types of creditors' suits, for example to set aside a fraudulent conveyance, joinder of all the creditors is not required. Each may sue alone, two or more may join, or one or more may sue for the benefit of all.

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