The creditors of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Maclean, of Kinlochaline, proceeded to attach his estate. One adjudication was initiated by George Andrew; a subsequent adjudication was initiated by Henry Butter of Pitlochry. Additional creditors were conjoined in both Mr. Andrew’s proceeding and Mr. Butter’s. However, the common agent objected that the bankrupt act only authorized creditors to be conjoined in the first adjudication. After some creditors argued that Mr. Andrew’s adjudication not actually the first, an additional objection was raised to the conjoined creditors in that proceeding.

Published Reports

William Morison, The Decisions of the Court of Session (1811), pg. 28, , pg. 32

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Information

Information for The Postponed Creditors, and for the Common Agent, in the Ranking of the Creditors of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Maclean of Kinlochaline; against David Campbell, Esq; of Combie, and other Creditors of the said Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Maclean, claiming a Preference as being conjoined in certain Adjudications

22 Apr 1801
Information

Information for David Campbell, Esq; of Comby, and others, adjudging Creditors of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Maclean of Kinlochaline

26 May 1801
Report

Report in the Process of Ranking the Creditors, and for Selling the Estates, of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Maclean of Kinlochaline; and Allan Maclean of Drimnin, his Father, made up in terms of the Act of Sedurunt, 11th July 1794; and Supplementary State of the Interests produced in the Ranking, since the former State was reported

26 May 1801
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable The Lords of Council and Session, The Additional Petition of The Postponed Creditors and Common Agent in the Ranking of the Creditors of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Maclean of Kinlochaline

3 Sep 1801
Answers

Answers for James Clerk, Esq; of Bonnington; Messrs Gordon, Hopkirk and Company, Merchants in Glasgow, and others, adjudging Creditors of Colonel Charles Maclean of Kinlochaline; to the Additional Petition for the Postponed Creditors and Common Agent in the Ranking of said Creditors of Colonel Maclean

15 Oct 1801
Answers

Answers for The Postponed Creditors and Common Agent, in the Ranking of the Creditors of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Maclean of Kinlochaline; to the Petition of David Campbell, Esq; of Comby, and others of the Adjudging Creditors

3 Sep 1801
Petition

Unto the Right Honourable The Lords of Council and Session, the Petition of The Postponed Creditors, and Common Agent in the Ranking of the Creditors of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Maclean of Kinlochaline

4 Dec 1801
Answers

Answers for James Clerk, Esq; of Bonnington; Messrs Gordon, Hopkirk and Company, Merchants in Glasgow, and others, Adjudging Creditors of Colonel Charles Maclean of Kinlochaline; to the Petition of the Postponed Creditors and Common Agent in the Ranking of the Creditors of Colonel Maclean

31 Dec 1801
Petition

Unto The Right Honourable, The Lords of Council and Session, The Petition of David Campbell, Esq; of Comby, and others, adjudging Creditors of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles MacLean of Kinlochaline

1 Jul 1801

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