A person who has obtained money from his partners for an illegal transaction which he has represented as being legal will not be allowed to keep the money1. The members of an illegal association do not lose their legal rights as owners of property2. Furthermore, before the illegal purpose is carried out, the court can assist the persons who have contributed money for such a purpose to recover it from the persons who have collected it, and may order those who collected it to render an account3
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