The provisions of this Chapter shall not affect the right of any person who, before
the interests of the slayer have been adjudicated, acquires from the slayer for adequate
consideration property or an interest therein which the slayer would have received
except for the terms of this Chapter, provided the same is acquired without notice
of circumstances tending to bring it within the provisions of this Chapter; but all
consideration received by the slayer shall be held by him in trust for the persons
entitled to the property under the provisions of this Chapter, and the slayer shall
also be liable both for any portion of such consideration which he may have dissipated,
and for any difference between the actual value of the property and the amount of
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