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Avoidance of Completed Real Estate Foreclosures in Bankruptcy
Journal of the Missouri Bar
  • William H. Henning, Texas A&M University School of Law
  • Grant S. Nelson
Document Type
Article
Publication Year
1985
Abstract

The Eighth Circuit has ruled that in certain situations noncollusive real estate foreclosures can be set aside as fraudulent conveyances. This theory has generated considerable debate, but even if it is reversed legislatively trustees may be able to obtain comparable results under a preference theory.

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Citation Information
William H. Henning and Grant S. Nelson. "Avoidance of Completed Real Estate Foreclosures in Bankruptcy" Journal of the Missouri Bar Vol. 41 (1985) p. 285
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/william_henning/21/