Adkisson, Fraudulent Transfers And The Statute of 13 Elizabeth Translated To Contemporary Legal English

Adkisson describes how “modern Anglo-American voidable transactions law traces its roots in some considerable part to the English Fraudulent Conveyances Act of 1571, better known as the Statute of 13 Elizabeth, Chapter 5.” However, he notes that most legal commentators have not actually read the Act, partly due to the fact that “finding a translation of the Act from medieval English to modern English is almost impossible to find.” In Adkisson’s article, he provides his “contemporary distillation” of the Fraudulent Conveyances Act of 1571.

Download the full article by clicking Adkisson, Fraudulent Transfers And The Statute of 13 Elizabeth Translated To Contemporary Legal English.

Posted by Jessica Zhang, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.

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