What is considered fraudulent conveyance?
Fraudulent conveyance, also known as a fraudulent transfer, is an unfair transfer of assets related to a bankruptcy proceeding. Actual fraudulent conveyance is the intentional disposal of property to avoid taxation or protect assets.
What must a trustee show do you avoid a transaction as a fraudulent conveyance?
- the transfer or obligation was to an insider;
- the debtor retained possession or control of the property transferred after the transfer;
- the transfer or obligation was disclosed or concealed;
- before the transfer was made or obligation was incurred, the debtor had been sued or threatened with suit;
Is fraudulent misrepresentation a tort?
Fraudulent misrepresentation is a civil tort arising out of contract law. It is a false statement of fact that causes or induces someone to enter into a contract.
What is an antecedent debt?
A legally enforceable obligation, which has been in existence prior to the time in question, to reimburse another with money or property.
What are the 4 elements of fraudulent misrepresentation?
2015) (“In California, the general elements of a cause of action for fraudulent misrepresentation are (1) misrepresentation (false representation, concealment, or nondisclosure); (2) knowledge of falsity (scienter); (3) intent to induce reliance; (4) justifiable reliance; and (5) resulting damage”).
How do you prove fraudulent misrepresentation?
To prove fraudulent misrepresentation has occurred, six conditions must be met:
- A representation was made.
- The claim was false.
- The claim was known to be false.
- The plaintiff relied on the information.
- Made with the intention of influencing the plaintiff.
- The plaintiff suffered a material loss.
How do you prove fraudulent intent?
Since they can’t get into your head or force you to testify against yourself, this means prosecutors may try to show your intent with such evidence as: Records of your statements and conduct. Testimony from witnesses who claim they were defrauded. Complaint letters that could show you were made aware of possible fraud.
What is an Avyavaharika debt?
Generally speaking, a debt is said to be “avyavaharika” when it is “repugnant to good morals”. The word avyavaharika does not cover merely those debts which are illegal or immoral, but also all debts which the Court regards as inequitable or unjust to make the son liable.
Which is not Avyavaharika debt?
 Payments of debts that were avyavaharika were not the spiritual debts or religious duty of sons. As said by Narada, “A father must no pay the debts of his son but a son must pay a debt contracted by the father excepting those debts which have been contracted from love, anger, spirituous liquor, games or bailment”.