The United States as assignee sought a joint judgment on four unsecured promissory notes signed by the defendants, who are husband and wife. The husband had filed in bankruptcy before the assignment of the notes to plaintiff and was discharged from all debts filed in the bankruptcy proceeding schedules (including the instant debt) prior to any action on these notes. His estate by the entireties, however, was not used to satisfy any listed debts. Held, plaintiff is entitled to proceed to judgment. A discharge in bankruptcy limits only the sources available for satisfaction. United States v. Fetter and Fetter, (D.C. Mich. 1958) 163 F. Supp. 10.
E. R. Frisch,
Bankruptcy - Tenancy by the Entireties - Creditors's Right Against Entry Property After Discharge of Husband in Bankruptcy,
Mich. L. Rev.
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