An insolvent debtor may, in good faith, execute an assignment of property to one or
more assignees in trust for the satisfaction of the debtor's creditors, in conformity
with the provisions of this part, subject to the provisions of this code relative
to trusts and fraudulent transfers and to the restrictions imposed by law upon assignments
by special partnerships, corporations, or other specific classes or persons.
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