Bankruptcy Court Sides With Trustee—Disallows (Fraudulent) Transfers

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March 30, 2022
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Stone v. Citizens Equity First Credit Union (In re Int’l Supply Co.),
2022 Bankr. LEXIS 865; 2022 WL 962296
US
Federal Court
Illinois
United States Bankruptcy Court
Bradley Sargent; Neil Gerber, CPA
Mary P. Gorman

Summary

The trustee of International Supply Company (ISCO) asked for avoidance and recovery of prepetition fraudulent transfers made to Citizens Equity First Credit Union. ISCO was insolvent when the transfers were made, and the transfers were for the benefit of the controlling shareholder. The court disallowed two of the fraudulent transfers. Some complaint counts against certain individuals were dismissed without prejudice.

See Also

Stone v. Citizens Equity First Credit Union (In re Int’l Supply Co.)

The trustee of International Supply Company (ISCO) asked for avoidance and recovery of prepetition fraudulent transfers made to Citizens Equity First Credit Union. ISCO was insolvent when the transfers were made, and the transfers were for the benefit of the controlling shareholder. The court disallowed two of the fraudulent transfers. Some complaint counts against certain individuals were dismissed without prejudice.

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