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Real Property – Statute of Elizabeth – Subsequent Creditor – Voluntary Transfer – Fraudulent Intent (access required)

Groves v. Daffin (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-042-16, 9 pp.) (Bruce Howe Hendricks, J.) 8:13-cv-00019; D.S.C. Holding: Where defendants’ property was worth $1,500,000, defendant Robert Daffin’s transfer of his interest in the property to defendant Paula Daffin for $5 and love and affection was “voluntary,” that is, it was made without consideration. Plaintiff has proven a fraudulent conveyance ...

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