Every voluntary disposition1 of land2 made with intent to defraud3 a subsequent purchaser4 is voidable at the instance of that purchaser5. To obtain the right to avoid the voluntary conveyance a purchaser must have given valuable consideration6, and the transaction as between him and his vendor must be in good faith and not a mere contrivance to set aside a former voluntary disposition7. It is immaterial whether the subsequent purchaser had notice of the prior voluntary disposition before the completion of the purchase or not, or whether the interest purchased was legal or equitable8.
However, no voluntary disposition, whenever made, is
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