Not to be realized for want of assets subject to execution. Not to be paid voluntarily. Not to be collectible without suit or threat of suit. A creditor's claim is said to be uncollectible when he has failed to receive the amount due after exhausting every effort to collect it, short of sending it to an attorney for collection. Globe & Rutgers Fire Ins. Co. v Lesher, Whitman & Co. 126 Misc 874, 215 NYS 225, 229.

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