When Does The SBRA’s “Due Diligence” Preference Duty Apply?

Must prepare to perform (photo by Marilyn Swanson) By: Donald L Swanson (b) . . . the trustee may, based on reasonable due diligence in the circumstances of the case and taking into account a party’s known or reasonably knowable affirmative defenses under subsection (c), avoid any transfer of an interest of the debtor in property—... Continue Reading →

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