assets of a debtor

assets of a debtor
Any property which is in the debtor's name, or the title to which would be vested in him if a fraudulent conveyance were to be set aside. Dorrington v Jacobs, 213 Wis 521, 252 NW 307, 91 ALR 737.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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