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New York Consolidated Laws, Debtor and Creditor Law - DCD § 276. Conveyance made with intent to defraud

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Every conveyance made and every obligation incurred with actual intent, as distinguished from intent presumed in law, to hinder, delay, or defraud either present or future creditors, is fraudulent as to both present and future creditors.

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