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§ 548(d)

Sterman, In re

Ruling: 
Transfers to or for the benefit of debtors' daughters after they reached the age of 21 for collegetuition and related expenses were avoidable as constructive fraudulent transfers if the debtorswere insolvent at the times the transfers were made. (Bankr. S.D.N.Y.)
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Consumer case opionion summary, case decided on December 04,2018, LexisNexis #0119-019

Musselman v. David Jones Ins. Inc. (In re Florida Eco-Safaris Inc.)

Ruling: 
Payments to transferee that had provided a loan to debtor to allow debtor to purchase insurance were not avoidable.
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Commercial case opionion summary, case decided on December 19,2014, LexisNexis #0115-058

Tavenner v. Wells Fargo Bank (In re Ferguson)

Ruling: 
Transfers securing antecedent debt could not be avoided.
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Consumer case opionion summary, case decided on March 18,2014, LexisNexis #0414-025

In re Petters Co.

Ruling: 
Trustee could seek to recover alleged fraudulent transfer to lenders for amounts in excess of principal for which debtor Ponzi scheme operator had never received reasonably equivalent value.
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Commercial case opionion summary, case decided on September 30,2013, LexisNexis #0214-099

Pereira v. Wells Fargo Bank N.A. (In re Gonzalez)

Plaintiff bankruptcy trustee brought an adversary proceeding against defendant mortgagees, seeking to recover mortgage payments made by a debtor toward the mortgage obligation of the mother of a child of whom the debtor claimed paternity. The trustee asserted that the payments were constructively fraudulent transfers under 11 U.S.C. § 548(d)(2)(A). The mortgagees moved for summary judgment.
Ruling: 
Debtor's payments of mortgage obligation of mother of child of whom debtor claimed paternity were deemed not constructively fraudulent since debtor openly acknowledged paternity and thus received reasonably equivalent value for payments.
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