2006 New York Code - Laws: Debtor and Creditor: (270 - 281) Fraudulent Conveyances.

270 - Definition of terms.
271 - Insolvency.
272 - Fair consideration.
273 - Conveyances by insolvent.
273-A - Conveyances by defendants.
274 - Conveyances by persons in business.
275 - Conveyances by a person about to incur debts.
276 - Conveyance made with intent to defraud.
276-A - Attorneys' fees in action or special proceeding to set aside a conveyance made with intent to defraud.
277 - Conveyance of partnership property.
278 - Rights of creditors whose claims have matured.
279 - Rights of creditors whose claims have not matured.
280 - Cases not provided for in article.
281 - Construction of article.

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