successors in interest


successors in interest
Successive owners. As used in a statute affecting transfers of property with intent to defraud creditors and making such transfers void as against all creditors and their "successors in interest," the term was held to include the assignees of such creditors. Windhaus v Bootz, 3 Cal 351, 25 P 404.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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