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Transactions defrauding creditors definition

What does Transactions defrauding creditors mean?

A transaction, which is at an undervalue and was entered into for the purpose of putting assets beyond the reach of, or otherwise prejudicing the interests of, creditors under the Insolvency Act 1986, s 423.


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