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Corporate Law : UFTA – Intent –  Corporate Veil

Where plaintiff sued three defendants alleging violations of Missouri’s Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, the judgment for the defendants is affirmed because the plaintiff failed to prove the intent to defraud, which was an element common to the UFTA count as well as the count to pierce the corporate veil.

Judgment is affirmed.

Hurricane Deck Holding Company v. Spanburg Investments, LLC (MLW No. 71513/Case No. SD34779 – 8 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, Bates, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Camden County, Moore, J. (Cole David Bradbury and Zane Gregory Williams, Sunrise Beach, for appellant) (Michael L. McDorman, Lake Ozark, for respondent).

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