Plaintiff filed suit against defendant, asserting a claim under the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act. Plaintiff then filed a lis pendens against one of defendant’s properties. The district court subsequently granted defendant’s motion to cancel the lis pendens, concluding the lis ...Read More »
Plaintiff sued defendants, who operated an entity that sold plaintiff’s vehicle-service contracts. Although defendants agreed to pay a share of refunds for cancelled contracts, they failed to do so. Plaintiff alleged that defendants made transfers to themselves to render their ...Read More »
Defendants appealed from the judgment setting aside a conveyance of real property as fraudulent. Plaintiffs were judgment creditors of two defendants, who deeded substantially all of their assets to the other two defendants, their children, without consideration. At trial, the ...Read More »
Where defendants failed to object to dismissal of the jury or assert they had a right to jury trial, and where dismissal of plaintiffs’ damages claim left only claims for equitable relief, trial court did not err in dismissing jury ...Read More »
8000 Maryland, LLC v. Huntleigh Financial Services Inc., et al. (Case No. ED91382 – 19 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Crane, P.J.) MUFTA – Fraudulent Transfer – Valuation Testimony Where a building owner brought an action under the ...
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