Any disposition1 made by a person (called the 'transferor') is a transfer of value2 if, as a result, the transferor's estate3 is, immediately after the disposition, less than it would have been had the disposition not been made; and the amount of the value transferred by the transfer of value is the amount by which that estate is less
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