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Statute of Limitations Rules in Fraudulent Transfer Cases

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Bernard D'Orazio writes: As any seasoned litigator knows, statute of limitations issues can be difficult and complex—and statute of limitations rules governing fraudulent transfer cases, which in New York arise under Article 10 of the Debtor and Creditor Law, are even more complex than those encountered in garden variety civil litigation.

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