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A trustee in bankruptcy and a liquidator were arguing about whether various property assets bested in the bankruptcy or the liquidation. The trustee eventually conceded, but in the meantime had taken various steps in recovering the assets, and sought to recover his costs and expenses of doing so on the basis of Berkeley Applegate principles.
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