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The Past And Future Of Kentucky's Fraudulent Transfer And Preference Laws, Douglas C. Michael Jan 1998

The Past And Future Of Kentucky's Fraudulent Transfer And Preference Laws, Douglas C. Michael

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An important part of the law of creditors' remedies is the ability of creditors to recover property formerly held by the debtor, but transferred to others under circumstances that are considered to be unfair or inequitable. There are two principal ways a creditor can seek to have a debtor's transfer characterized as unfair in order to recover it. First, a transfer to another creditor or a third party can be fraudulent as to one or all of the remaining creditors, or may be deemed to be fraudulent because of the circumstances surrounding the transfer, such as a transfer made by …