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A Trustee Establishes Insolvency by Preponderance of the Evidence-Based upon the Presumption of Insolvency and the Testimony of the Trustee’s Expert

April 30, 2019, Massachusetts – The Chapter 7 Trustee Gary W. Cruickshank for the estate of Debtor Boston Grand Prix, LLC (BGP) brought a lawsuit against the Defendant, George R. Roberts Company (GRRC) to avoid two allegedly preferential transfers made by checks payable to GRRC in the total amount of …

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Section 548(e)(1) Does Not Condition Avoidance on a Trust Being Deemed Invalid and Unlawful Under State Law.

April 2, 2019, Western District of Texas– Debtor Stephen Jeffery Cyr was an orthopedic surgeon who had a substantial income and enjoyed an extravagant lifestyle. The Debtor and his spouse Leann Marry, also a Defendant in this case, allegedly attempted to shield their income, assets, and lifestyle from creditors, while …

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Perfection Under Sec. 547 (e)(1) Occurs When a Bonafide Purchaser of a Property Cannot Acquire an Interest that is Superior to the Interest of the Transferee.

March 27, 2019, Northern District of Georgia – Trustee Jason L. Pettie, for the estate of Debtor Mark Louis Greiner, brought a lawsuit against a Defendant Quicken Loans, Inc. to recover and avoid a transfer as a preference under 11 U.S.C. § 547(b) when it recorded a security deed on …

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